Now, you should speak to a qualified New Jersey DUI/DWI attorney who can evaluate the case against you and help you develop a strategy to fight back.
Understand that you are not required to submit to a Field Sobriety Test in New Jersey
You may have been arrested for DUI/DWI after declining to participate as a form of retaliation by the police officer.
In New Jersey, you can be charged with Refusal if you fail to provide a breath sample for the Alcotest device, and you can also be charged and convicted of DUI/DWI based on the Refusal charge, but that doesn’t apply to Field Sobriety Tests.
Depending on various factors, the prosecution may have no case against you at all, especially if there’s evidence that you were arrested to punish you for declining the Field Sobriety Test.
Call attorney Matthew Reisig today at 732-625-9660 to discuss your DUI case.
He has successfully defended more than 1,000 drivers in New Jersey against DUI/DWI charges, and can help you develop a strategy that can win.