New Year’s Eve Sobriety Checkpoints in New Jersey

Unfortunately, New Year’s Eve is a popular night when it comes to drinking and driving. Many people go to parties to ring in the New Year and make the decision to drive home drunk afterward. In order to combat this, police may set up sobriety checkpoints. These checkpoints are meant to deter drinking and driving. […]

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Thanksgiving DWIs in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

Did you know that the night before Thanksgiving is one of the most dangerous nights of the year when it comes to drunk drivers? This is because on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, college students and other young adults come back to their hometowns and reconnect with their childhood friends. This usually involves drinking at bars […]

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Consequences of a DWI with a Commercial License in New Jersey

Many people drive for a living. Often, these individuals are issued commercial driver’s licenses (CDL). It is important to understand that the standard for a DWI charge while driving a commercial vehicle is higher than when driving a non-commercial vehicle. In New Jersey, you will face DWI charges if your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is […]

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Penalties for Refusing a Breathalyzer in New Jersey

If you are pulled over for driving while under the influence, you will have to submit to a breathalyzer test. A breathalyzer test will determine your blood alcohol concentration (BAC). This can play a large role in determining your DWI charges. Refusing to submit to a breathalyzer test can cause a lot of legal trouble. […]

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