If convicted of DWI or DUI in New Jersey, you will lose your license for an extended period due to New Jersey's mandatory driver's license suspension penalties. Work permits and hardship licenses are not available in the state of New Jersey, making it hard to find work with such charges. Aside from revocation of driving privileges, you may also incur hefty fines, as well as insurance surcharges, increased rates, and the possibility of an interlock device installed in your vehicle, even if you are a first-time offender. Community service and even jail time are also on the table, depending on the number of previous offenses and severity of the charge.
New Jersey takes DUI/DWI cases very seriously, and so will your DWI attorney at the Law Office of Jeffrey Grudko. Seeking professional legal representation from a qualified DWI / DUI attorney is the most effective way to minimize or possibly avoid the consequences of DWI convictions in New Jersey.
The Law Office of Jeffrey Grudko has a concentration in DUI / DWI cases and works to help obtain the best possible outcome for clients charged with DWI in Medford, NJ, and Burlington County. Your DWI / DUI attorney needs extensive experience developing legal defenses designed to identify and challenge the probable cause of the stop, the credentials of police officers involved in your arrest and processing. In addition, our DWI attorneys will examine everything from the Alcotest breathalyzer test and field sobriety tests to paperwork filed by the arresting officer. Our DWI attorneys in Medford, NJ, will examine every facet of your case and use them to your advantage.
Preserve your driving privileges and minimize the effects a DWI conviction can have on your driving record and your life with DWI defense services from the Law Office of Jeffrey Grudko. Call today to schedule a free initial consultation.
When you obtain a New Jersey Drivers License, you are consenting to chemical testing. This implies that if you are pulled over for a DUI / DWI offense, you are required by law to submit to a breath test.
Refusal to take a breath test could also result in you being charged with crime of refusal. Typically, in addition to this charge, you can still be convicted of a DUI, because a breath test is not required to convict you. Our NJ DUI attorneys have handled countless DUI/DWI cases, as well as refusal charges. Contact us today to see how we can help!