DUI/DWI Defense

What allows the police to pull you over?

Few things may send your heart racing, like seeing the flashing lights of a police car in your rearview mirror. Your brain may race to try and determine what it is you did to raise the suspicion of the police. There are several circumstances where the police may pull...

Can DUI convictions impact college students?

Getting a DUI conviction can potentially cause big problems no matter whether or not the person involved has a prior history or not. This is especially true for college students, who may face more detriments due to a DUI than they expect. Hurdles to job paths The...

What happens if I refuse a breathalyzer test?

The last thing you want to see on your drive home is flashing lights behind you. As you pull over, you hope that the officer has something else to attend to, but instead, they pull in behind your vehicle. As the conversation moves forward, you know the officer is...

How does a DUI affect your driver’s license?

When it comes to a charge of drinking and driving in New Jersey, possible jail time, community service and fines are only part of what you could face. You could also lose your driver's license for months (or years) if convicted. The suspension is automatic, even for a...

Should you deny a breath analysis test?

If an officer suspects you of driving while under the influence, they have a battery of tests they may use to prove or disprove their suspicions. Breath analysis tests rank among the most common, as they measure the alcohol content level in your blood through aerosol...

What are standardized field sobriety tests?

Though breath analysis tests often get the most publicity, they are not the only type of tool officers use to detect intoxication. In fact, it often is not even the first tool they use. That role often falls to field sobriety tests. Of these tests, you are more likely...

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