Yes, any conviction in New Jersey can be appealed as long as there was a problem in the process, facts, or interpretation of law that calls the original verdict into question.
Grounds for appeals are quite narrow, but when your case was handled by ineffective counsel, prosecutors or police engaged in illegal tactics, or the judge misunderstood the relevant law, you can attack the findings and ask for relief.
An attorney can help you craft the strongest arguments for appeal, and ensure that your petition is given the appropriate consideration by the appellate court.
If your case is unlikely to pass muster with the appeals court, an experienced DUI defense attorney can make sure you understand all of your options and how best to proceed.
Attorney Matthew Reisig has been helping clients facing DUI charges in New Jersey for almost two decades.
Call 732-625-9660 today and talk to an experienced New Jersey DUI/DWI lawyer for free.