Ewing NJ DWI Attorneys
Ewing New Jersey DUI Charge
Ewing Township has a very active police force that writes close to 100 DWI tickets throughout the year. The police department and state police that patrol Ewing are in charge of monitoring parts Route 29, Route 31, US Route 206 and Interstate 95 and the traffic activity from TCNJ. If you have been arrested for DWI in Ewing, NJ it is important that you hire an experienced drunk driving defense attorney. If you are convicted of driving while intoxicated, even for a first offense, there is a mandatory license loss, and potential interlock device, community service, and jail. DUI offenses in New Jersey are very tough because the Attorney General’s Office does not allow municipal judges and prosecutors the ability to offer plea bargains to lower offenses. However, a knowledgeable DUI lawyer can examine and analyze the facts of your case and pinpoint procedural or substantive issues to expose the weaknesses in the state’s case against you to get your charges dismissed or lowered. With these types of charges especially, the more information that you have on your side will put you in the best possible position to beat your charges down the road. Our lawyers have undergone special training and hold certifications in standard field sobriety testing and procedural operation of the alcotest, breath test machine. We believe that these qualifications are essential to properly defending a drunk driving case because it puts us in position to know as much or more than the officers who issued the charges and the prosecutors that will litigate them. To speak with an attorney regarding your tickets please contact us at (609) 683-8102.
Arrested for DWI in Ewing Township
If you are charged with a DWI or Refusal to submit to a breath test in Ewing then you will most likely find yourself in Ewing Township Municipal Court located at 2 Jake Grazio Drive. It is also common for the police to issue numerous ancillary charges and traffic tickets with any DUI. These other tickets will be resolved at the same time as your drunk driving charge as part of a general resolution. Obviously you could always go into court on your own and plead guilty to your charges, but it is well advised that you exercise your rights and by hiring an attorney to explore your options and potential defenses. The geographic location of the town makes it common for out-of-state drivers to be ticketed for DWI because individuals are stopped driving back and forth from Pennsylvania and New York or TCNJ students who hold driver’s licenses from other states. It is important to know that if you are found guilty for a DWI in New Jersey your driving privileges in this state will be revoked and your conviction will be reported to your home state who can then take whatever separate measures they determine appropriate. If you are interested in speaking with a lawyer about handling your case then contact our Princeton office at (609) 683-8102 to set up a free phone consultation or to schedule an appointment.
We serve clients throughout Mercer County, New Jersey — including Trenton, Hamilton, Princeton Borough, West Windsor, East Windsor, Lawrence Township, Robbinsville, Hightstown, Princeton Township, Ewing and Hopewell — and surrounding areas, including Hunterdon County and Burlington County.