What Does Probable Cause Mean In Regards To A DWI Stop In New Jersey?

“Probable Cause” is the standard that a police officer needs to arrest an individual for DWI.

It is based on driving, a person’s appearance which includes the condition of their eyes or clarity of speech, performance on field sobriety tests, and admission of prior alcohol consumption. Probable cause can be contested in a filed Motion to Suppress.

If you are facing charges regarding a DWI in New Jersey, contact the Law Office of Matthew W. Reisig at 732-625-8786 for information regarding DWI testing and penalties.

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