Yes, every DUI case in New Jersey can be defended, even if you’ve had past convictions.
Because police run your license plate number and then your drivers license when you’re stopped, they can be “primed” to look for signs of intoxication, even if none are apparent.
People can be charged with DUI even if they don’t blow a .08% on the Alcotest device, based solely on the observations of the police officer who detained you.
Any defense appropriate for a DUI without past convictions may still be appropriate for you.
Your past convictions may make the case more difficult, or may create additional opportunities for a strong defense.
Attorney Matthew Reisig has helped more than 1,000 drivers in New Jersey beat a DUI charge.
Call 732-625-9660 today and speak to an experienced New Jersey DUI attorney for free.