by Peter Lederman, Esq. When you have received a Summons for Driving While Intoxicated, it’s important to retain the right lawyer. This should be someone who knows the law, thoroughly understands police DWI investigative procedures such as field sobriety testing, breath testing, and blood testing, understands what it takes to achieve the client’s goal and […]
Recently I have had many “what’s going on here” moments. If you follow the news, you know what I mean. But some of those thoughts come to mind with regard to New Jersey Municipal Courts.
Lately, more and more DWI violations are resulting from consumption of substances, other than alcohol.
More people arrested for DWI should receive the kind of support that Tiger Woods is getting.
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It’s time to revamp New Jersey’s motor vehicle laws.
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.
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.”
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.
DWI attorney, Peter Lederman’s legal practice has been limited to DWI defense. In this article he shares his thoughts about Driving While Intoxicated (DWI/DUI) in New Jersey.