Yes, even if you were operating your vehicle while intoxicated, an experienced DUI attorney can make a big difference in your case in New Jersey.
Every case is based on two sides, and two sets of evidence, in order to establish the most compelling narrative that fits the law.
In your DUI case in New Jersey, the prosecutor will use evidence like statements you may have made, Alcotest results, your behavior and any Field Sobriety Tests the police performed, and observations from the police to try to establish that you were driving drunk.
The conclusions to be drawn from this information may be true, but that’s not the end of it.
You have the right to challenge the use of statements you made, whether Field Sobriety Tests were appropriate given the conditions, whether the Alcotest was properly administered and calibrated, and to present any other evidence you may have to combat the perception that you were illegally operating your vehicle.
Matthew Reisig has helped more than 1,000 New Jersey drivers avoid conviction when they’ve been charged with DUI.
Call 732-625-9660 today for a free consultation with one of New Jersey’s most respected DUI/DWI defense attorneys.