What To Know About Sobriety Checkpoints in NJ this Memorial Day

Memorial Day is just around the corner. With the long weekend approaching, it is important to understand your rights if you are pullover over at a sobriety checkpoint. Continue reading to discover what to expect while driving through a checkpoint. What should I expect driving through a sobriety checkpoint? There must be a purpose for […]

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Can I Get a Conditional License if I get a DWI in New Jersey?

Many people are not aware of the consequences they may face if they are charged with a DWI. For many people, the loss of their driving privileges impacts their life in major ways. Losing your license may affect your ability to go to work, see your children, and more. As a result, it is important […]

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What to Know About Ignition Interlock Devices in New Jersey

When an individual gets behind the wheel of a car while intoxicated, they can cause serious injuries and even kill other individuals that are on the road. If drivers are caught with a blood alcohol content that is over 0.15%, they may be required to install an ignition interlock device in any car that they […]

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Underage DWIs | What to Know

In the United States, young adults wait anxiously to turn 21 so they can legally drink. But, many of these young people will experiment with alcohol before they are of legal drinking age. Additionally, some will choose to drink and drive. Drinking and driving is a serious offense; it endangers the driver, passengers, other drivers […]

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Holiday DWIs in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

2020 has been a rough year for everyone. With the New Year around the corner, people will be glad to leave 2020 behind, and welcome 2021 with open arms, hoping for a better year. Many people will choose to celebrate the New Year with a few drinks. This means some drivers may choose to drive […]

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Charged With a DWI in NJ this Halloween? Here is What You Should Know.

Halloween is one of the most widely-anticipated holidays of the year. As you know, many people celebrate Halloween by attending costume parties. Of course, drinking is very often a part of these parties, which is fine, as long as you do not drive. However, if you made the mistake of driving while under the influence […]

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