When you need a DWI lawyer experienced in the Township of Hazlet, New Jersey
Mr. Lederman has experience defending DWI charges in the Township of Hazlet municipal court. Peter Lederman will ensure that you receive the best possible results for your situation. Although not all lawyers feel comfortable taking a case to trial, Mr. Lederman is an expert in this area and will carefully consider the details of your case before taking action for the best possible outcome for you. Understanding the details and nuances on many levels is critical to your representation in the Township of Hazlet, New Jersey. Being arrested for a DWI is very serious, so don’t settle on just any representation.
The Township of Hazlet, New Jersey court has many options
The Municipal court in the Township of Hazlet, New Jersey may impose mandatory fines, surcharges, community service, interlock devices, driver’s license suspensions, and permanent records of conviction and in some cases mandatory jail. It is imperative that you hire Peter Lederman to defend you in the Township of Hazlet, New Jersey court system.
Township of Hazlet Municipal Court
255 Middle Road255 Middle Road
Hazlet, NJ 07730
Did you know you cannot have your case tried by a jury, only by a judge in the Township of Hazlet New Jersey?
Unlike many other states, where Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence (DUI) is a crime, in New Jersey drunk-driving is a traffic offense. That means that you cannot have your case tried by a jury, only by a judge. It also means that in New Jersey, those charged with drunk-driving offenses are not eligible for any type of pre-trial probation or diversionary program. Getting a DUI/DWI in the Township of Hazlet, New Jersey is a serious offense, and you should know your rights and responsibilities.
The state of New Jersey takes driving under the influence (DUI or DWI) very seriously and has imposed harsh penalties on people who break the law. If you are caught driving under the influence of intoxicants or with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher, you will be cited for (DUI). If you are under 21 years old the legal limit is 0.0.01%. For CDL drivers the limit is 0.04%.
The laws in NJ are quite complex when dealing with a DUI or DWI charges. Not to mention surcharges, points and other penalties given out by the Motor Vehicle Commission.
Take your defense seriously, ask for one of the DWI attorneys of Lomurro Law for your DWI/DUI defense in Hazlet.