Anyone fortunate enough to have visited downtown Stewart, Florida probably had the misfortune of passing through what is known as the “Confusion Corner” in the center of town.
The State of New Jersey has begun implementation of a new breath test device which may eventually be used throughout the State of New Jersey to determine Blood Alcohol Content in DWI cases.
Major changes are occurring in the New Jersey dwi world which will profoundly change the impact of how dwi complaints will be defended and resolved throughout the State.
With the recent legislative enactments legalizing the use, possession, and sale of marijuana, many of our clients have asked how these laws will impact DWI defense in New Jersey.
By Peter H. Lederman Paul Simon wrote a catchy, yet profound song back in the 70s about how we sometimes get so far, but then somehow, well, never make it to the end. “Slip slidin’ away, slip slidin’ away … you know the nearer your destination, the more you’re slip slidin’ away.” I suppose […]
This is a comment from one of Mr. Lederman’s colleagues after a seminar he gave on March 18th 2021. “You have not only devoted your life to represent DWI defendants, but you have spent much time educating other lawyers. I just wanted you to know that we appreciate the commitment you have made.”
Recently in this column, I put forward the proposition that Municipal Courts, as we have come to know them, have changed dramatically with Covid and common internet use and that these changes would permanently affect the very nature of how these courts operate going forward.
Mr. Lederman received an email testimonial from one of his clients this past weekend stating what Peter has done for him and his future.
During a normal session, most New Jersey municipal courts are bustling places.
Judges whirl through cases at something approaching auctioneer speed.
“We all make mistakes, and I made one back in December 2019. After the holiday party with my friends, I drove home, not realizing I had to drink more than I should.”