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DWI Lawyers in Lacey NJ

Charged With DUI? Get Help From a DWI Lawyer

Having protection from untrue DWI allegations will make your life simpler. A guilty verdict will lead to consequences that you might not be able to afford. DWI convictions can harm your record and will lead to a suspension of your license and expensive fines. Get assistance from an experienced New Jersey DWI attorney to protect your freedoms today.
DUI requires a highly specialized attorney. Villani & DeLuca DWI lawyers will work hard to protect you against strict fines and ill-treatment of your freedoms.

Understanding NJ DWI and DUI Laws

The legal limit for driving in NJ is a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08%, and a number at or above this legal limit will lead to DWI charges. If NJ law enforcement pulled a vehicle over and has reason to believe the driver has been drinking alcohol, he or she must participate in a field sobriety test if it is requested. Breath tests are mandatory by law probable cause has been made clear in the eyes of the officer.

NJ Attorneys Trained in DWI Law

Villani & DeLuca, P.C. is a DWI law firm in New Jersey that has years of extensive defense of clients who were accused of driving while intoxicated. Partner and founding member of Villani & DeLuca, Carmine Villani, Esq. will help you have a case against the prosecution thanks to his history of handling DWI charges in New Jersey. Mr. Villani has been protecting clients from DWI charges since Villani & DeLuca opened its doors in 1996.

Attorneys With Alcotest® and Breathalyzer Training

Mr. Villani is trained to administer the same breath test administered by New Jersey law enforcement. This acumen for breath tests and how to accurately administer them is a big advantage to his clients. A breath test needs to be administered in an extremely specific way. Otherwise, the readings may not be precise, leading to a wrongful DUI charge.

Understanding the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST)

You are required to comply with an officer who has requested that you take part in a standardized field sobriety test (SFST) if he or she has reason to believe you are impaired and shouldn't be driving. These tests are only trustworthy if they follow the exact, standardized method of conducting it.

Drug Recognition Evaluation

DWIs involving drugs have risen in NJ. If you have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, getting attorney educated in drug recognition evaluation (DRE) is imperative to your argument. Mr. Villani is intimately familiar with the correct procedure of the DRE and will use any improper steps taken by police to help you win your case.

Fighting Charges With a New Jersey DWI Lawyer

Your license will be suspended and a fine of up to $1,000 will be required when convicted of intoxicated driving. You may also be required to drive with an interlock ignition device once your license is reinstated. Multiple DUI convictions and a high blood alcohol concentration will lead to more serious consequences.
Unfortunately, drivers are falsely charged with DUI. Get in touch with a lawyer who serves Lacey, New Jersey today if you were falsely accused of driving drunk. Our attorneys will help you strategize your defense.

Breath Test Refusal

New Jersey has an implied consent law, requiring drivers to submit to a breath test if there is an implication of drunken driving or driving under the influence of drugs. If a refusal does take place, you will be charged with breath test refusal and you will lose your license for a minimum of seven months. Drivers who are guilty of turning down a breath test can be subject to harsher penalties than those convicted of a DUI with a BAC reading of 0.10% or higher.
According to the law, police officers are not allowed to administer a breath test without probable cause being established. Without any real probable cause, your charges may not stand.

How DWI Checkpoints Work in NJ

Have you ever been stopped at a DUI road block? Officers may have asked you to hand over your license and ask you questions about who you are and where you live, which is in their prerogative. But responses to other questions are not necessary.
The way in which officers manage your rights during DWI checkpoints can seriously effect a trial. Qualified DWI attorneys comprehend how police officers are qualified to handle road blocks and will pursue a tight defense based on how you were treated.

Contact Villani & DeLuca for a Free Consultation

Since Villani & DeLuca was founded in 1996, our DWI lawyers have been representing defendants like you. Know someone who has been charged with DUI in Lacey, New Jersey? Tell them to contact Villani & DeLuca. Be aware of the rights afforded to you by the state while going against DWI and DUI charges. Get help from a lawyer who has experience in DUI law.
We are available to help any time of the day and every day of the year. Call (732) 709-7757 to have a consultation with one of our attorneys, free of charge.

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