NJ DWI Attorney

nj dwi attorneyNew Jersey DWI Attorney  offers expert New Jersey DWI Attorney representation and and New Jersey Drunk Driving Attorney representation. “Our trial expertise is second to none. Unlike many other New Jersey DWI attorneys who will just tell you to plead guilty, we will determine what strategy will work best for you. We are highly talented, motivated, service-oriented experts.”

New Jersey DWI Attorney, New Jersey Drunk Driving Attorney

NJ DWI Attorney has successfully defended over 1,000 DWI, DUI & criminal law cases in municipal courts and Superior Courts throughout New Jersey.New Jersey DWI Attorney Menzel has argued appeals up to the New Jersey Supreme Court, and appeared in the Federal District Court and Third Circuit Court of Appeals on habeas corpus petitions filed for New Jersey clients charged with drunk driving. New Jersey DWI Attorney  provides aggressive and competent drunk driving legal solutions.

  • DRUNK DRIVING IN NEW JERSEY
  • DUI/DWI IN NEW JERSEY
  • DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE IN NJ
  • DRIVER’S LICENSE REVOCATION IN NEW JERSEY
  • OTHER TRAFFIC CRIMES IN NEW JERSEY
  • CRIMINAL DEFENSE IN NEW JERSEY

New Jersey DWI Attorney  provides his clients

with effective trial strategies and a 24/7 commitment to accessibility.

DO’S AND DO NOT DO’S WHEN STOPPED FOR DRUNK DRIVING

DO:

  • have your driver’s license, registration, and insurance card ready for police
  • submit to a “pat down” search, handcuffing and arrest
  • ask for a lawyer
  • be polite, but…

DO NOT:

  • answer police questions
  • volunteer information or engage in small talk
  • lie
  • do balance tests
  • Consent to police searching your car
  • sign anything

DO’S AND DO NOT DO’S WHEN ARRESTED FOR DRUNK DRIVING

DO:

  • ask for a lawyer again
  • give breath samples
  • submit to fingerprinting
  • go to a hospital or doctor as soon as you are released
  • insist that the hospital test your blood for ethanol
  • hire competent lawyer on the next business day

DO NOT:

  • answer police questions
  • volunteer information or engage in small talk
  • do balance tests
  • consent to blood tests
  • sign anything

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