Somerset County NJ Driving While Intoxicated Defense Attorneys

In New Jersey, DWI is among the most technical areas of defense with many nuances that begin from the initial traffic/motor vehicle stop, progress to roadside field testing and end with in station investigation. If this encounter results in being charged with driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence of drugs, you will embark on a complex process, the results of which can manifest in the suspension of your driving privileges, significant fines, and even a jail sentence. In fact, the only way for you to avoid consequences such as these is to successfully defend your charge since prosecutors and judges are prohibited from using plea bargaining to dismiss an offense or relieve you from the mandatory penalties set forth in N.J.S.A. 39:4-50. You will have to undermine the DUI case filed against you by identifying, targeting, and successfully raising compelling issues if you want to escape a conviction.

Training & Experience That No Other NJ DWI Firm Possesses

At The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, we believe that knowledge is power and credentials matter. The effectiveness of this strategy is evidenced by the hundreds of satisfied clients who have walked away with favorable DWI outcomes over the last two decades. In order to achieve such positive results, we have made sure that the members of our defense team possess the most extensive training available in this area of law. In most cases, this knowledge is considerably more than the police officer who arrested and tested our client. This allows us to identify flaws in a DUI offense such as failure to adhere to standardized protocol while conducting tests. We also happen to be the largest firm of its kind with eight DWI attorneys on staff, several of whom are former municipal prosecutors who have handled hundreds, if not thousands, of charges under 39:4-50.

The training and experience in DWI defense possessed by our staff is truly second to known. Our team of attorneys includes five of the approximately 50 lawyers in New Jersey who are certified in the operation and maintenance of the Drager Alcotest 7110 breath testing device. In addition, three of our attorneys is among less than 10 ten in the state who are certified as instructors by the National Transportation Safety Administration in proper administration and evaluation of standardized field sobriety tests. This invaluable insight allows us to identify errors in testing devices, administration, and police procedure when evaluating DWI cases for our clients, which we then leverage to achieve positive outcomes. For a free comprehensive case evaluation, contact The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall at 908-722-1011. One of our seasoned lawyers is always available to assist you. We handle DWI throughout Somerset & Hunterdon Counties including:

Hunterdon County NJ DWI and DUI Charges Lawyers

There are a host of driving under the intoxicated issues that are recurring in New Jersey. Our attorneys are well versed in all of these areas. We have compiled information to assist you on these subjects, including:

There are also a number of collateral issues that may become relevant, depending on the circumstances of your specific DWI case. Our attorneys are thoroughly versed in these pertinent factors, including breath tests, blood tests, field sobriety tests, probable cause for a DWI stop, proof of intoxication, proof of operation, ignition interlock, and the Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (“IDRC”). The members of our defense team are well versed on all of these subjects.

Contact our Experienced DWI Defense Attorneys for Immediate Assistance

At The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, our team of attorneys includes former Municipal Prosecutors who participated in numerous DWI prosecutions before joining our firm. We utilize their experience to anticipate potential arguments when devising a defense strategy in order to position our clients to achieve the best possible result. To discuss your case, contact our offices for a free consultation.