Monmouth County DWI Defense
Have you been arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Monmouth County? Perhaps you were pulled over after you were seen leaving a local bar and the officer believed he observed you operating your vehicle in a careless manner. Or perhaps you were involved in a wreck and as part of the police’s investigation law enforcement officers tested a sample of your blood and discovered the presence of alcohol. Regardless of the facts and circumstances that led to your arrest for DWI and subsequent charges, a conviction for DWI can result in serious penalties.
Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is here to assist you in successfully resolving your Monmouth County DWI charges. Contact our firm today for assistance.Can I win my Monmouth County DWI Case?
New Jersey’s DWI law (found at New Jersey Revised Statues Section 39:4-50) is not a law designed to protect defendant-drivers charged with DWI. In fact, the law penalizes several behaviors – driving with a blood alcohol level in excess of .08, driving while impaired regardless of one’s alcohol level, and/or lending one’s car to an intoxicated individual – in an effort to convict as many suspect drivers as possible of DWI. Nonetheless, your Monmouth County DWI defense attorney may be able to formulate a defense strategy designed to either avoid some of the more severe penalties of a DWI conviction and/or have your DWI charges dismissed entirely.
Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is committed to investing the time and resources necessary to uncover favorable evidence for your DWI defense such as:
- An officer who stopped your vehicle without reasonable suspicion;
- An officer who arrested you without probable cause;
- Deficient or unreliable breath or blood tests;
- Lack of objective evidence of impairment; and/or
- Other favorable or exonerating facts and circumstances.
When you are charged with DWI in Monmouth County, the chances of obtaining a successful result increase dramatically with the help of an experienced and knowledgeable DWI defense law firm such as Aretsky Law Group, P.C. When you retain the services of our firm, we will look into the facts and circumstances surrounding your stop and arrest and uncover whatever evidence of your innocence or mitigating evidence is available. The sooner you speak with Aretsky Law Group, P.C. by calling 800-537-4154, the sooner we are able to help you successfully resolve your charges.