Should a warrant be required to collect a breath sample when a person is arrested for DWI?
A proposed senate bill would create a diversionary program for certain defendants charged with DWI; is adopting it the right thing to do? By Peter Lederman, Esq. Published in the New Jersey Law Journal Do the right thing! That’s what is expected of us. It’s not always the easiest thing to do. Sometimes it’s the […]
One individual who found a way to dispense justice with mercy and humility for years, in Monmouth County Municipal Courts, is retired Judge Mark Apostolou.
Municipal court hearings in New Jersey sometimes become endurance events of their own when attorneys are thrust into hearings late at night at the direction of the court.
Outlining the NJ DWI law police must follow when obtaining your blood and ways your attorney can challenge the prosecution’s charges.
Read this list to help you navigate those first few uncertain days after your DWI charge, to give you peace of mind, and to start you off in the right direction.
The article “I Witnessed an Execution” is an argument for diversionary programs for some DWI offenders.
Police use of high-tech devices raises profound questions about the ability of individuals in a free society to flourish, no less survive, when under constant observation by the state.
Sausage and Statutes is a critique of a proposed New Jersey law centering on expanded use of BAIIDs or “breath alcohol interlock ignition devices.”
Published in the New Jersey Law Journal, Peter Lederman wrote “Gravity” as an analogy to discuss why a unified court system is necessary.