DWI Lawyers in Shrewsbury NJ

New Jersey DUI Lawyers Will Challenge Your Drunk Driving Charge

Receiving protection for false DUI accusations will make your life easier. The impact of DUI are steep. DUI convictions can affect your record and will prompt a suspension of your license and hefty fines. Only trained New Jersey DUI lawyer should be trusted with your case.

If you were accused of driving under the influence, Villani & DeLuca can help. Our attorneys know and understand the subtleties of DUI law and they have the background to prove it. A guilty verdict might change your future in a negative way, but New Jersey DWI lawyers can change it for the better.

What are the DUI laws in New Jersey?

Any blood alcohol concentration (BAC) reading of 0.08% in New Jersey will result in a charge of DWI for a driver in New Jersey. A driver will have to take a field sobriety test if law enforcement has probable cause to implement one. Breath tests are mandatory by law probable cause has been made clear in the eyes of the officer.

New Jersey Lawyers Trained in DWI Law

Defense attorneys from Villani & DeLuca have been protecting clients from wrongful DUI claims since 1996. Partner and founding member of Villani & DeLuca, Carmine Villani, Esq. will make sure you have a case against the charges thanks to his experience handling DWI charges in NJ. Mr. Villani has been protecting clients from DWI charges since Villani & DeLuca was established in 1996.

Practiced in Alcotest® and Breathalyzer

Ony a few lawyers in New Jersey have been educated in the Draeger Alcotest® 7110, but Carmine Villani is one of those attorneys. NJ law enforcement has stopped using the former Breathalyzer and now uses the Draeger Alcotest® 7110, which is made to detect alcohol percentages more precisely.

Understanding the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST)

A field sobriety test would not be the only evidence taken to ascertain whether somebody was inebriated beyond the legal limit. But, it can give reasonable cause for a police officer, which necessitates the implementation of a blood alcohol test. Mistakes do take place even with training to administer standardized field sobriety testing. You will have a strong case against DWI charges if an officer did not perform a field sobriety test in accordance with the law before handcuffing and charging you.

Drug Recognition Evaluation

Were you charged with driving under the influence of drugs without grounds for a charge? Mr. Villani and his team of DWI lawyers will defend you from these charges by indicating improper procedures used by law enforcement that led to your charges.

Charges and Penalties New Jersey DUI Attorneys Will Dispute

If you are convicted of driving while intoxicated, you will face the suspension of a license as well as a maximum fine of $1,000. You may also be required to drive with an interlock ignition device once your license is reinstated. Your blood alcohol concentration and number of DWI arrests will factor heavily in the sentencing.

Having a qualified DWI attorney working for you is the most essential part of your strategy to defend yourself if you blew a 0.08% or higher during the Alcotest®. A good lawyer knows that the Alcotest® reading is not always accurate. Were you arrested and charged with a DUI in Shrewsbury, New Jersey? Make sure you get the experience you need with a DWI law firm like Villani & DeLuca.

Breath Test Refusal

New Jersey has an implied consent law, requiring drivers to participate in a breath test if there is suspicion of drunken driving or driving under the influence of drugs. If you do refuse, you will be charged with breath test refusal and your license will be revoked for a minimum of seven months. Breath test refusal may even result in a worse outcome than a DUI guilty sentence.

If you were pulled over under suspicion of drunken driving, a police officer must have enough reason to administer a breath test. Without any actual probable cause, your charges may not turn into a conviction.

DWI Checkpoints

Have you ever been stopped at a DUI checkpoint? Officers may have asked you to hand over your license and ask you questions regarding who you are and where you live, which is within their power. But replies to further questions are not necessary.

If your DWI charges go to trial, the behavior of the officer who arrested you for drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs will be a big factor. A conviction might not occur if the police officer was not operating in agreement with the law.

Get in Touch With Our DWI Attorneys at Villani & DeLuca

Since Villani & DeLuca was established in 1996, our DUI lawyers have been protecting defendants like you. If you or someone you know is being charged with drinking and driving in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, contact Villani & DeLuca today. Be aware of the rights afforded to you by the state while going against DWI and DUI charges. Get what you need from an attorney who has experience in DUI law.

If you need a DUI lawyer, dial 732-965-3350 any time of day for a free consultation with an attorney from Villani & DeLuca.

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