Cases: Additional DWI

PEOPLE VS. N.W.

Our client was charged with speeding (88 in a 65) and a DWAI due to having a .07 BAC level according to the breath test. In this case our team of attorneys knew that the situation was much different for our client given that she had a New Jersey license. Even though her BAC was […]

Written by on October 1, 2019

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PEOPLE VS. C.C.

In this case our client was charged with boating while intoxicated, boating while above a .08, and reckless operation. The client was alleged to have been operating a boat while his BAC was a .19. The client insisted that it was not he who was driving the boat at the time that they were stopped […]

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PEOPLE VS. M.M.

We were retained by a client who had blown into the interlock device on his vehicle and registered a .10. The DA’s office wanted the client violated on his previous conviction which included a conditional discharge. We argued to the judge and the ADA that the client actually was not in violation of any condition […]

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PEOPLE VS. E.B.

Our client was involved in a head-on collision and charged with DWI. In light of her prior DWAI conviction, she faced possible jail time and revocation of her driver license. Our efforts on her behalf yielded a result that pleased the client and her husband. She pleaded guilty to the reduced count of DWAI and […]

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PEOPLE VS. C.M.

Our client was charged with DWI. Because he earned his living with his commercial driver license, it was critical we avoid revocation of his license. This goal was achieved when our client pled to a reduced charge, paid a small fine, and went back to work.

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PEOPLE V.S R.W.

Client was involved in an accident on his motorcycle while he was on a charity ride. Client had an injury to his toe and had to be hospitalized. At the hospital, client had his blood drawn. The blood ultimately came back at a .13. Client was charged with two counts of misdemeanor DWI. Due to […]

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PEOPLE VS. C.C.

In this case our client was charged with boating while intoxicated, boating while above a .08, and reckless operation. The client was alleged to have been operating a boat while his BAC was a .19. The client insisted that it was not he who was driving the boat at the time that they were stopped […]

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People v. L.B.

Our client was charged with Aggravated DWI for having an alleged 0.21 BAC. A non-criminal disposition was extremely important as the client was finishing her doctorate in physical therapy and a criminal conviction would likely have prevented her from becoming professionally licensed. After negotiations with prosecutors, including the bureau chief of the DWI unit, we […]

Written by on August 28, 2019

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