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DWI Lawyers in Long Beach Island NJ

NJ DWI Attorneys Will Fight Your DUI Charge

Driving under the influence is considered an extremely serious violation in New Jersey. A DUI or DWI conviction will result in substantial repercussions and penalties. If you or a loved one have been charged with DUI, you should have security. A qualified Long Beach Island, NJ DWI attorney can help you plan the most secure legal defense.
DWI law is an extremely detailed area of law that requires the capabilities of a focused lawyer. Villani & DeLuca DUI attorneys will work hard to protect you against strict penalties and mistreatment of your rights.

Know the DWI Laws in New Jersey

The legal limit for driving in the state of New Jersey is a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08%, and a reading at or above this legal limit will lead to DWI charges. If NJ law enforcement pulled a a car over and believes that person has been consuming alcohol, he or she must take part in in a field sobriety test if it is requested by an officer. If reasonable cause is established, an officer can want the person operating the vehicle to take the Alcotest®, which is non-negotiable.

Get an Experienced Lawyer for Your DWI Charge

Defense lawyers from Villani & DeLuca have been shielding clients from illicit DWI charges since 1996. Partner Carmine Villani Esq. is a leading lawyer in NJ DUI defense. Mr. Villani has been fighting for clients with DWI charges since Villani & DeLuca opened its doors in 1996.

Lawyers With Alcotest® and Breathalyzer Training

Carmine Villani is one of a select number of DWI lawyers in New Jersey trained in both the Draeger Alcotest® 7110 and the previously used Breathalyzer. NJ law enforcement has stopped using the traditional Breathalyzer and exclusively uses the Draeger Alcotest® 7110, which is designed to detect blood alcohol percentages more precisely.

Standardized Field Sobriety Testing

You are required to comply with an officer who has requested that you take the standardized field sobriety test (SFST) if he or she believes you are intoxicated and should not be driving. A test is only trustworthy if officers follow the precise, standardized method of conducting it.

Drug Recognition Evaluation

DWIs involving drugs have risen in NJ. If you have been arrested on suspicion of DUI, getting a lawyer trained in drug recognition evaluation (DRE) is imperative to your case. Mr. Villani is very acquainted with the proper procedure of the DRE and will use any improper steps taken by police to help you win your case.

Challenging Charges With a NJ DUI Lawyer

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. Interlock ignition devices are also a frequent requirement upon a conviction for DWI. Your blood alcohol level and number of DWI arrests will factor greatly in the penalties you receive.
If your blood alcohol concentration reads above the legal limit, it is critical to have a DUI lawyer on your side. Not all BAC readings taken by the Alcotest® equipment are correct, due to a multitude of factors, and can generate false positives. If you have been taken into custody in Long Beach Island, NJ and believe you are being wrongly charged with DWI or DUI, begin strengthening your legal defense with the help of a dependable DWI law firm, Villani & DeLuca.

Breath Test Refusal

The implied consent law that is enforced by police in NJ states that you do not have the ability to refuse a breath test if probable cause has been proven first. Turning down a breath test will create refusal charges and an arrest. Charges that can come from a refusal are in certain ways more severe than charges that result from a DUI conviction.
Were you pulled over and forced to blow into a Breathalyzer without probable cause? Police officers are not permitted to supervise a breath test without making a real attempt to prove probable cause. An LBI DWI lawyer can help fight your charges on the grounds that the police officer who arrested you never actually tried to prove probable cause.

How DWI Checkpoints Work in NJ

Did law enforcement recently stop your car at a DWI checkpoint? Officers might have asked you to hand over your license and ask you questions about who you are and where you live, which is within their power. If they asked you additional questions, you did not have to respond.
The events that occur at a DUI checkpoint leading up to an arrest will make a big influence on the way a trial occurs. Experienced DUI attorneys know how officers are trained to handle road blocks and will create a strong defense based on how you were treated.

Get in Touch With Our DWI Attorneys at Villani & DeLuca

Our objective as DWI lawyers in LBI has stayed the same since we opened in 1996: Fighting for the rights of our clients. If you are interested in beating your DWI charges in Long Beach Island, New Jersey, contact us today We will help you get your charges reduced or dropped entirely. A DUI can affect your life.
DWI defense attorneys from Villani & DeLuca are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call (732) 709-7757 today for a free consultation.

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