Many police arrests that are made each week across the Garden State involve drivers suspected of DWI or drug-impaired driving. Whether a motorist is accused of an alcohol-related offense behind the wheel or charged with operating their car or truck while impaired by some type of controlled dangerous substance (CDS), the implications for the accused person's future can be significant, especially if a conviction for DWI or drug DUI occurs.
As New Jersey trial lawyers experienced in the defense of drivers accused of drunken driving or impaired vehicle operation due to prescription medications, my colleagues and I are well aware of the importance in getting all the facts and developing up a strong defense. It must be understood that a fair percentage of DWI-DUI arrests may, in fact, be warranted; however, many others are usually based on weak evidence or improper arrest procedures on the part of the police.
With several former municipal prosecutors on my legal team, my firm has the legal background and courtroom experience to defend against many of the strategies used by the state to obtain a drunk driving conviction. As DWI defense attorneys, my law firm is aware that that a certain percentage of drivers who are charged with driving while intoxicated will not necessarily be found guilty. In fact, under some circumstances, by pointing out deficiencies in the prosecution's case, our lawyers can have the charges reduced or dismissed by the court.