There is a guideline from the New Jersey Supreme Court that all DWI cases should be resolved within 60 days. Though this can be hard to comply with considering they have to gather all the evidence for trial, if we can show the state has illegally dragged out the case because they are missing a key piece of evidence, we can motion to have the case thrown out in court.
“The following videos explain how we can fight against your DWI charges:”
Fortunately, all of these New Jersey DWI and DUI penalties can potentially be avoided if you’re ready to fight your case. We have created our own advanced DWI defense system that we use to beat these charges.
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If you've been charged with a criminal offense, disorderly persons offense, or traffic / DWI violation, you have the right to an attorney who will defend you against your charges and fight for your best interests. To learn more about how your attorney can fight to have your charges dismissed or reduced, click a link below to see our video library of legal defenses and strategies.
With unmatched knowledge and experience in the practice of law, the seasoned attorneys at The Tormey Law Firm are committed to serving their clients and tenaciously confronting the allegations against them.
We will examine every facet of your case in order to defend your constitutional rights and reputation.
With a dedicated legal advocate to assist you, our attorneys will ensure that you are never forced to navigate the complex legal process on your own.
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