Here are five things you you should keep in mind to avoid getting charged with the very serious offense of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI).
The New Jersey Supreme Court recently decided when a defendant could retain their driving privileges even after conviction for DWI.
In this time of “change” that elected our new president, it’s time for us to take care of business at home and reform our municipal courts.
Municipal Court Practice CLE Seminar “How to Resolve a DWI Case” by Peter Lederman, Esq. For the eleventh time in the last eleven years, we presented a seminar on DWI issues to the Middlesex County Bar Association in New Brunswick, New Jersey. This was one of the most interesting presentations as it involved a review […]
Momentum is growing for the creation of a new DWI offense that will make third and subsequent DWI offenses, fourth degree crimes. by Peter Lederman, Esq. Historically, all DWI offenses have been considered motor vehicle violations rather than criminal violations. Obviously, motor vehicle violations are much less serious than what are considered criminal offenses. The […]
Attorney Peter Lederman announces change in legal representation for the town of Holmdel, New Jersey The law firm of Davidson Eastman Munoz Lederman & Paone announced a change in its firm. They no longer provide legal counsel to the Town of Holmdel. With the potential conflict of interest, until this change, the firm had limited […]
A state law that required towns to use a new $25 DWI fine to pay for installing video recording devices in police cars was overturned earlier this year. But months later, municipal court judges across the state don’t appear to have gotten the memo.
NJ Supreme Court directs NJ Attorney General to address Alcotest issues. State claims they will replace the Alcotest with another device by the end of 2016.
Successful DWI legal representation needs more than basic legal representation knowledge and persuasive trial & pretrial hearings – you need the 3 P’s…
Wondering what it would be like if one of our gubernatorial candidates took the Donald Trump approach and told us they wanted to “make New Jersey great again.”