Supreme Court Confirms Bad Breathalyzer Tests
Often DWI cases begin with a driver being stopped at what is referred to as a DWI Checkpoint.
When I found myself with an unfortunate DWI charge, I really was not sure how to handle it.
I found myself facing a DWI for the second time and this man came through and saved my life.
After a 3rd offense and a refusal they had no idea what to do with themselves; with the help of Lederman and all the services he offers, the sentence was significantly reduced. Read more to find out about the magic Mr.Lederman can work.
Shelter can be a good thing under most circumstances. That is, however, unless driving home after consuming some adult beverage! Read about pulling over when intoxicated in New Jersey – are you safely off the road or operating a vehicle under the influence?
I will never forget Mr. Lederman’s last words after walking out of court. Mr. Lederman put one hand on my shoulder and said, “Son, I hope you have learned how tough you are through this experience. It’s not easy and nor should it be. You made an irresponsible decision and will be accountable for it. […]
Sometimes a well-intentioned police officer may experience something known as confirmation bias.
Facing a tough case they turned to the best choice they had, Peter Lederman. With his personal and professional advice in and out of the court room Lederman helps all. Read more to find out how the case was settled.
New DWI penalties are being considered by the New Jersey Legislature which will expand Interlock use as a result of DWI convictions for all offenses.