2nd, 3rd or 4th DWI Arrest In New Jersey
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A person with multiple convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI) has far more serious consequences than first-time offenders.
In New Jersey, multiple offenders are often punished with heftier fines, longer jail sentences, and extensive license suspensions. In addition, you may also diminish your employment opportunities, experience higher insurance rates and possiby damage your reputation.
At the Matthew Reisig Law Firm, our New Jersey DUI attorneys are experienced in dealing with individuals facing multiple DUI charges.
We have successfully handled numerous DUI cases throughout New Jersey by utilizing our skills and experience. Our attorneys understand the criminal justice system and are extremely knowledgeable with the DUI laws.
We thoroughly investigate each case, challenge prior and current charges, and create a strong defense to have our client’s charges lowered or dismissed completely.
Penalties for Multiple DUIs in New Jersey
- Second offense: suspension of license of 2 years, up to $1,000 fine, 30 days of community service, and up to 90 days in jail
- Third offense: suspension of license for a 10 year period, $1,000 fine, minimum of 180 days in jail and an ignition interlock device upon return of license
If you have a prior New Jersey DUI charge, and have been arrested again, you are at risk of serious penalties if convicted. If you have a commercial driver’s license, your ability to earn a living may be affected.
It is critical that you contact an experienced New Jersey DUI lawyer who can defend your case and pursue a favorable outcome.
At the Matthew Reisig Law Firm, we offer aggressive representation for every county in the sate of New Jersey. Our attorneys will work arduously to minimize or dismiss the charges, avoid jail time, and seek alternate sentencing.
Don’t risk your future and your freedom. Please contact a New Jersey DUI attorney at the Matthew Reisig Law Firm today.