Charged With DWI? Get Help From a DWI Attorney
NJ takes driving under the influence seriously. The the penalties for a conviction for DUI and DWI can be substantial. You should have legal help if you or someone you know was recently charged with DWI or DUI. A strong legal defense designed by a NJ DUI attorney will give you the best opportunity.
DWI law is a very detailed area of law that necessitates the capabilities of a specialized lawyer. The lawyers at Villani & DeLuca possess comprehensive experience in the legal background required to effectively defend DWI cases in New Jersey, and they will assertively fight on your behalf to ensure that you get fair judgment according to the law.
What are the DUI laws in NJ?
Any blood alcohol concentration (BAC) reading of 0.08% in NJ will end in a charge of DUI for a person driving in New Jersey. A driver will be required to take a field sobriety test if law enforcement has probable cause to request that one is performed. Breath tests are mandatory by law if there is reasonable cause to perform one.
NJ Lawyers Trained in DUI Law
Need help disputing a DWI in NJ? Ask partner Carmine Villani, Esq. to establish your defense plan. Mr. Villani is a member of the National College of DWI Defense and has a background defending clients in NJ. He and the DWI lawyers at Villani & DeLuca will strive to have your charges lessened significantly or dropped entirely.
Attorneys With Alcotest® and Breathalyzer Training
Ony a small number of lawyers in New Jersey have been trained in the Draeger Alcotest® 7110, but Carmine Villani is one of those attorneys. The Alcotest® is the official breath test permitted by police in New Jersey.
Standardized Field Sobriety Testing
The standardized field sobriety test (SFST) is not a perfect system and is not typically sufficient evidence to accuse someone of operating a vehicle intoxicated. However, it can create reasonable cause for a police officer, which requires the use of a blood alcohol test. Mistakes do occur despite training to conduct standardized field sobriety testing. You will have a strong case against DWI charges if law enforcement did not perform a field sobriety test the right way before arresting and charging you.
Drug-Related DUI Arrests
DUIs because of drugs have gone up in New Jersey. If you were arrested on suspicion of DUI, getting attorney with experience in drug recognition evaluation (DRE) is imperative to your argument. Mr. Villani undertook the same training as NJ law enforcement officials in drug recognition evaluation (DRE), giving him exceptional insight into NJ DUI/DWI laws and how best to fight them.
Fighting Charges With a NJ DUI Attorney
Consequences for a DUI conviction are severe in NJ. You can lose your license for an extended period of time and face a fine of up to $1,000. If you were arrested for DWI before, fines and penalties will increase.
Unfortunately, people are falsely charged with DWI. Get in touch with an attorney who serves Manchester, New Jersey today if you were falsely accused of drunken driving. Our attorneys will help you strategize your defense.
Breath Test Refusal
It is illegal to turn down a breath test in NJ. If you do refuse to participate in the Alcotest®, you will be arrested and charged with refusal. Charges associated with refusal are in certain ways more punishing than charges that result from a DUI conviction.
Did an officer request that you take a a breath test without actually establishing probable cause? Police officers are not allowed to administer a breath test without making a real attempt to prove probable cause. Your charges might be defeated in court if the officer who administered the test was not attempting to look for probable cause.
Be aware of Your Rights at DWI Checkpoints
A police officer in New Jersey can ask you certain questions that you are required to answer like your legal name and residence. But you don't need to answer other questions at a police DWI road block. You also have the right to politely turn down a request to search your car.
The way in which officers handle your rights during DUI checkpoints can deeply influence a trial. Qualified DWI attorneys know how officers are qualified to handle road blocks and will pursue a strong defense based on how you were treated.
Contact Villani & DeLuca for a Free Consultation
The law practice of Villani & DeLuca has been assisting defendants facing DWI charges in the municipal court system of New Jersey since 1996. Know somebody who was charged with DWI in Manchester, NJ? Tell them to contact Villani & DeLuca. Be aware of your rights while going against DWI and DUI charges. Seek experienced legal advice to defend yourself from the potentially destructive repercussions.
If you need a DUI lawyer, dial (732) 709-7757 any time of day for a free consultation with a lawyer from Villani & DeLuca.