Wall Township Police and New Jersey State Police make a lot of arrests in Wall, New Jersey for drunk driving, DWI, DUI. If you are arrested for a DWI in Wall, you will be scheduled for a first appearance in the Wall DWI Court. You should call a Wall DWI lawyer before appearing in court to find out how to defend, and possibly beat the New Jersey DWI charge. The judge in Wall DWI court is the Honorable Joseph Defino, J.M.C. The prosecutor is John Lane, Esq.
DWI penalties in New Jersey include the loss of your driver’s license for 90 days to one-year depending on your blood alcohol content for a first offense. For a second offense, the license suspension is two years. For a third offense, the license suspension is 10-years. There is no such thing as a work or emergency license in New Jersey. Suspended means no driving.
A good Wall Township DWI Lawyer may be able to find ways to beat a New Jersey DWI arrest. There are some defenses that can be raised based on issues that may have occurred before your arrests.
One common defense to a Wall DWI is that the police did not have a valid reason to stop your vehicle in the first place. In order to pull your car over, the police must have what is known as “reasonable suspicion.” That you have broken a traffic or criminal law. If the police pulled you over for no good reason and later conducted sobriety tests or breath testing on you, those tests may be thrown out.