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New Brunswick NJ DWI Lawyer
The City of New Brunswick is the home to long established entities like Rutgers University, Johnson & Johnson, and Old Queens Tavern, and it also happens to be a hotbed for DWI charges. In fact, well over 100 driving while intoxicated and driving under the influence of drugs cases were filed last year by members of the New Brunswick Police Department, Rutgers Police Department, and the New Jersey State Police patrolling the 73.24 miles of roadway within the municipality. While the majority of these charges resulted from alcohol consumption, many were filed under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50 for operating under the influence of drugs like marijuana, heroin and prescription medication. If you are facing a DWI charge in New Brunswick, you certainly should know what options you have to avoid a conviction and DUI penalties. The best option we can think of is to secure the services of the most experienced and qualified attorney you can afford.
Our firm, The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, presents an exceptional candidate to handle your New Brunswick DWI case. There arguably is no other firm in New Brunswick, or the state for that matter, with the collective credentials for defending a DUI that are possessed by our firm. Take a close look at our qualifications, four or more who have served as municipal prosecutors, three with at least 20 years of experience, 4 who are Alcotest and Field Sobriety testing certified (2 are instructors) and our own Alcotest breath test machine. We encourage you to do your research and to read attorney profiles closely to see what experience a lawyer really possesses. We are confident that you will come to the conclusion that our New Brunswick DWI defense firm is uniquely equipped to defend you. Call our New Brunswick Office for telephone consultation at 732-246-7126 or to schedule a free initial consultation at our office next to the Municipal Court.
New Brunswick DWI Charges
Following a driving while intoxicated arrest, individuals are often depressed, especially when they start doing some research in terms of the penalties that will be imposed in case they are convicted. No one wants to deal with a mandatory drivers license suspension for a first offense of 3-12 months, 2 years for a second offense or 10 years for a third offense. And things are even more extreme when you start talking about 2-90 days of jail if you are convicted a second time or worse yet, 180 days of jail for a third offense. The financial consequences are also intimidating because a conviction not only triggers fines but increased insurance rates and a NJ DMV surcharge of $1,000-$1,500 a year for three (3) years. While these DWI penalties can be disturbing, the truth is that they are avoided through the efforts of our law firm in many more cases than you might imagine. We achieve these favorable outcomes by challenging every New Brunswick DWI offense that we handle — forcing the prosecutor to provide every document we are entitled to by law, filing motions to obtain court orders against the state, analyzing breath test and/or laboratory test results, and fighting to the end for our clients. The honest truth is that it is typically necessary to make a New Brunswick DWI Defense case into a marathon if you want to get results but this requires a commitment that we find many attorneys are unwilling to make. You must be willing to return to court as many times as necessary to get the best results for a client and this is something you when you hire our lawyers and this is despite the fact that we handle these charges on a flat fee basis. To beat a DWI, whether in New Brunswick or anywhere else in New Jersey, you must be willing to put the time and effort into a case so that a bona fide legal or factual issue is recognized, otherwise, the prosecutor nor judge can put through a downgrade or dismissal. This is how you beat a DWI charge.
Call Our New Brunswick DWI Firm For the Representation You Deserve
An attorney on our defense staff is ready to review the facts surrounding your arrest and tell you, free of charge, how we can help you. If you decide to retain us, whether its in person at our New Brunswick office a feet yards from the New Brunswick Municipal Court, or over the telephone, you will know that you have our commitment to fight for the best result possible. Call us anytime 24/7 at 732-246-7126.
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