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Plainsboro NJ DWI Lawyers
Although Plainsboro has been voted one of the top “ten places to live” in not only Middlesex County but the entire state, it also happens to be a township that consistently writes a high number of DWI charges every year. With U.S. Route 1, one of New Jersey’s busiest roadways, running through the township, and major businesses within Plainsboro, there is quite a bit of opportunity for driving while intoxicated arrests. The aftermath of a DUI arrest can be very stressful but being subjected to the penalties provided under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50 is not inevitable. You have an opportunity to avoid the negative consequences of a DWI conviction through a knowledgeable and committed defense. The DUI attorneys at our firm have superb credentials to insure that you have the best opportunity for success. We have also learned from experience that the way to achieve superior results is by applying exceptional defense skill in a relentless fashion. The lawyers on our staff are ready to make this investment in your DWI case in Plainsboro Municipal Court. Call us anytime of day for a free initial consultation at 732-246-7126.
DWI Charge in Plainsboro Township Municipal Court
If you were arrested for allegedly driving a vehicle while you were “intoxicated” from alcohol or drugs (e.g. marijuana), the law that applies to your case is N.J.S.A. 39:4-50. This statute makes it illegal to operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (“BAC”) of .08% or more, or driving while under the influence of drugs. If you are facing an alcohol DWI in Plainsboro, you probably provided a breath test or blood test as these are the only mechanisms for establishing a BAC through scientific evidence. In a drug 39:4-50 case, often referred to as a DUI, the presence of the intoxicating substance is usually through urine or blood. With all of these forms of testing, there are concrete guidelines that must be followed in order for the testing to be valid. The way you guarantee that this potential is fully explored is by having not only the knowledge to know when something is wrong but also the commitment to appearing and fighting as long as it takes. We insure you that is what you get when you hire our law firm.
Penalties Are Stiff If You are Convicted of DWI
Anyone convicted of a Plainsboro driving while intoxicated violation is subject to a mandatory license suspension of 3-12 months for a first offense, 2 years for a second offense, and 10 years for a third offense or subsequent. And there are no hardship or work licenses in NJ so a DUI suspension bars operation of a motor vehicle altogether during the revocation period. To make matters worse, there are significant economic ramifications in the form of fines, increased insurance rates and a 3 year surcharge of between $1,000-$1,500 per year. There is also the exposure to jail, including up to 90 days for a first offense, 2-90 days for a second offense and 180 days for a third offense. Your best opportunity to eliminate many of these consequences, if not all of them, is to prepare the most thorough DWI defense. Selection of the right attorney is imperative in this regard and our firm should be an attractive option in your selection process.
Highly Distinguished DWI Lawyers
Take a close look at the credentials of the DWI lawyers on our staff because they are truly exemplary if you are interested in experience and qualifications. A DUI attorney with the skills that you need is available now to speak to you free of charge at 732-246-7126.