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“Implied Consent or Refusal Form”
Have you been arrested and charged with failure to submit a breath sample in a New Jersey DWI prosecution? There are some potential defenses to your charge.
There is a standard Attorney General statement form which MUST be read advising you of your rights when you are brought to the station. It is imperative that you are read the CURRENT attorney general mandated implied consent form. If you are not read this form or the current one, your case can be dismissed.
You also must understand the form, it must be read to you in a language that you understand (if you do not understand English or if English is not your first language).
You also must be in a mental state to understand the form. If you were in an accident and hit your head, the police should take you to the hospital and try to draw blood. They should not read you this complicated form and assume that you are in any state to comprehend it.
You need an experienced, reputable attorney who has dealt with these cases before if you believe this is a circumstance surrounding your case.
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“The following videos explain how we can fight against your DWI charges:”
Challenge the Field Sobriety Tests
Challenge the 20 Minute Observation Period
Challenge the Alcotest 7110 machine itself