Challenging DWI Evidence In New Jersey

Police are aggressive in making DWI arrests and prosecutors push for the harshest possible penalties and have little ability to plea bargain DWI cases. If you have been arrested for DWI in New Jersey, it is important to hire an attorney who knows how to challenge DWI evidence.

The Rem Law Group has been named a Tier 2 firm in the New Jersey Metro Region for DUI/DWI Defense by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® "Best Law Firms" in 2014,* and has received that ranking since 2010. At Rem Law Group in Hackensack, New Jersey, our attorneys are well-versed in successful defense strategies for drunk driving charges. We will apply our skill and experience to help you avoid the harsh consequences of a DWI conviction.

We can help you challenge DWI evidence in New Jersey and work to minimize the consequences of a DWI conviction. Contact us 24/7 at 201-488-1234 to discuss your case with an experienced Bergen County drunk driving defense lawyer.

Challenging Breath Test Evidence

In New Jersey, a device called the Alcotest 7110 is used to measure blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in drunk driving arrests. This device is often referred to as a Breathalyzer. Joseph P. Rem Jr. is a certified operator of the Alcotest 7110. He has in-depth knowledge of the protocols for using this breath test machine as well as proper maintenance, calibration and repair. This allows him to identify errors police make when conducting breath tests that can be used to convict you of DWI. Challenging this evidence can get DWI cases thrown out of court.

Challenging Field Sobriety Tests

Errors in conducting field sobriety tests can also prove decisive in DWI cases. In some cases, police are not adequately trained to conduct these tests. Additionally, DWI suspects may have health conditions that prevent them from passing field sobriety tests, even if they have had nothing to drink. We thoroughly scrutinize these police procedures when defending clients against DWI charges.

Protecting Your Constitutional Rights

The U.S. and New Jersey Constitutions protect citizens from illegal police stops. A police officer must have a valid reason to pull you over. If a police officer conducts an illegal stop, any evidence gleaned from that stop may be inadmissible in court. If your constitutional rights were violated in any way, our team of experienced defense attorneys are here to protect your rights.

Contact Our Team Of Experienced DWI Defense Attorneys

We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 201-488-1234 if you have been arrested for drunk driving. You can also email us, and one of our Hackensack-based lawyers will contact you shortly.


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