The penalties for refusing to submit to a breath test in the State of New Jersey are also severe. While similar to those for a DUI, there are important differences in the penalties and defenses associated with this offense.
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DUI/DWI defense is one of the most complicated areas of law in the State of New Jersey today. Serious penalties, including driver's license suspension and jail are only two of the many penalties you are facing when charged with DUI/DWI. Our office has handled thousands of DUI/DWI maters and handles every case as seriously as any life changing event in our clients' lives. See below for more detailed information concerning this serious violation.
Our firm handles a number of different areas of the law. Although a "general practice" law firm, we concentrate in a few areas which gives us the ability to provide that special attention our clients need and deserve. In addition, we provide referrals for more specialized legal needs when we are not able to provide those specific legal services. Between our own legal services and our referrals to other law offices and attorneys, our office should be the first office you consult with when considering what law firm best suits your legal needs.
Those individuals that hold a Commercial Drivers License (CDL) have greater restrictions and responsibilities while driving on the roads of the State of New Jersey. We understand maintaining this license is of great importance to the livelihood of those who hold it. If you have a CDL and have been charged with Driving Under the Influence, it is important you have an attorney who will fight to protect this license. Contact our office so we can discuss your options and click here to learn more about what you are facing.
If you have been charged with a DUI in a School Zone, you are subject to greater penalties than a simple DUI. As such, it is important you hire an experienced attorney who understands these enhanced penalties and the defenses against this charge. Click below to learn more about these specific penalties and call our office so we can discuss the details of your matter and how we can help you defend against these harsh penalties.
If you drive a motor vehicle after having your license suspended for a DUI, you are facing significant financial penalties, an additional lenghty suspension of your driver's license, and, in most cases, a jail term.
Driving while suspended for a DUI suspension can also rise to an indictable criminal charge that requires a State prison sentence.
If you are under the age of 21 and have been charged with a DUI, there are additional considersations which must be contemplated in defending your DUI.