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New Jersey DWI Check Points are a nuisance to most drivers, but a necessity for the police. The purpose of a DWI check point is for the police to determine whether or not a driver is impaired. If the police suspect a driver is intoxicated they will asked... Read More

Initially, after getting arrested for DWI, you may be wondering, “Do I need a DWI lawyer,” and feel tempted to just pay the fine, accept a driver’s license suspension, and the other penalties associated with a DWI. But an experienced DWI lawyer... Read More

What will you be doing on March 17? St. Patrick’s Day is notoriously associated with drinking … lots of it. The holiday, which is actually a cultural celebration of the heritage of the Irish as well as a religious celebration for the arrival of Christianity... Read More

A person who has been convicted of NJ DWI may be allowed to keep their driver’s license pending an appeal. However, municipal courts were recently warned that judges should not allow defendants to keep their licenses without good reason.“Although... Read More

Use Your Brain This Halloween. Don’t Drink & Drive.Halloween has become more than just taking the kids out to fill their bags full of candy trick-or-treating. Let’s be honest, Halloween is very much an adult holiday; for many, it’s a time to... Read More

Although DWI convictions are not classified as criminal offenses in New Jersey, the State imposes harsh penalties on anyone caught driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  The current law requires offenders with a BAC higher of 0.15% or higher... Read More

As a member of the armed forces, if you are arrested for drunk driving on or off a military base, you may be charged with a military DWI.  Although DWI cases are normally handled by the municipal courts, a military DWI may fall under the jurisdiction... Read More

With its abundance of tourist attractions and close proximity to New York City and Philadelphia, the highways of New Jersey receive a considerable amount of traffic from out of state drivers.  If you are a non-resident driver who has been caught driving... Read More

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