Eagleswood Township DWI Lawyer

The penalties for Drug DUI (driving under the influence), DWI (driving while intoxicated) and breath test refusal in New Jersey are extremely severe. They can have a serious impact on your life and future. In order to protect yourself, turn to our legal team at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall. Our lead attorney, Jonathan F. Marshall, has nearly 25 years of experience handling DUI in Eagleswood and throughout New Jersey. Before establishing his own law practice, Mr. Marshall served as a prosecuting attorney for several communities, handling hundreds of New Jersey DUI/DWI offenses. Under his guidance and experience on the other side of the law, our Ocean County DWI lawyers provide tailored DUI/DWI defense representation to clients in Eagleswood and other New Jersey communities.

DWI School Zones or Crossings

It is important to note that if you are accused of drunk driving or breathalyzer refusal in a school zone or crossing, the penalties are enhanced. An individual who is convicted of refusing a breath test in a school zone is sentenced to one to two years driver’s license suspension, a $600 to $1,000 fine and a minimum of 12 hours in an intoxicated driver’s resource center. If someone is convicted of a DUI/DWI in a school zone or crossing, he or she may be sentenced to 12-14 months driver’s license suspension, a $500 to $800 fine and up to 60 days in jail. All of these sentencing guidelines for both the refusal and the DUI/DWI are for first offenses. Subsequent offenses are subject to even harsher penalties.

The Eagleswood Municipal Court has relocated to 665 Radio Road in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey 08087, Phone number (609) 296-7241 extension 300.

Contact an Eagleswood Drunk Driving Defense Attorney

To learn more about how we aggressively handle DUI/DWI cases in Eagleswood Township, New Jersey, get in touch with our firm now. Call toll free 877-450-8301 or e-mail our NJ law firm to arrange a free consultation.

The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall has offices in Toms River, Red Bank, New Brunswick, Cranford, Wayne, Princeton, Jersey City and Morristown, New Jersey.