It’s certainly possible that if your DWI was routine and no one was injured, there were no children involved, your BAC was under .10, and there were no additional charges for things like reckless driving, that the judge will err on the low end of New Jersey’s mandatory sentencing for DWI if you plead guilty.
This means you’re looking at the lower end of jail time, fines, license suspension, and other penalties, which is preferable to the high end of those penalties, but you’ll still have to face years of increased insurance costs and other problems as a result of the conviction.
You have a right to representation and you have a right to your day in court.
Being charged with a DWI in New Jersey is not the same as being convicted.
Call the New Jersey DWI defense attorneys at Reisig & Associates today at 732-625-9660 for a free consultation.