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 […]
Category Archives: News
Recent, trending news about New Jersey DWI laws, Municipal Courts, and the law firm of Davison, Eastman, Muñoz, Lederman & Paone.
NJ courts still collecting DWI fee even after law was overturned
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.
Alcotest Being Challenged in NJ Supreme Court
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.
The 3 P’s of DWI Representation
Successful DWI legal representation needs more than basic legal representation knowledge and persuasive trial & pretrial hearings – you need the 3 P’s…
Make New Jersey Great Again?
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.”
New Breath Test Device For NJ
Since 2008, breath testing in New Jersey for evidential purposes in DWI cases has been conducted with the Drager Alcotest 7110 MK III-C. Recently, the New Jersey Attorney General conceded that the State could not comply with requirements set by the New Jersey Supreme Court to ensure reliable breath testing in DWI cases. Accordingly, the […]
Candid Camera, Police Style
As an attorney defending drivers in DWI cases, I look to the video, whether mobile, body cam, in-station or from a pole outside a 7-Eleven store, to find out what really happened.
I Would Prefer Not To
Should a warrant be required to collect a breath sample when a person is arrested for DWI?
Do The Right Thing
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 […]
To Do Justice and Love Mercy
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.