Will I Go To Jail If I Miss My 48-Hour IDRC Detention In New Jersey?

It’s possible that you’ll be sentenced to a short stay in jail if you missed your court ordered IDRC detention.

You’ll certainly be called before a judge, which can be a positive if you had a good reason for missing the appointment.

Medical emergencies, family emergencies, other legal issues, and similar reasons can be grounds for rescheduling your detention, particularly if you notified IDRC of your absence as soon as you knew it would happen.

Judges can be unpredictable, so you should consult an experienced DWI attorney to make sure you present the best case possible, and your story is clear and persuasive.

Don’t take chances with jail time when there’s an option to serve your detention.

Call Matthew Reisig today at 732-625-9660 and talk to an experienced New Jersey DWI attorney for free.

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