How Do Police Know if You are Driving Drunk?
September 12, 2019
As most New Jersey residents are aware, the state has set a general blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit—applicable to adult, non-commercial drivers—of .08 for driving after drinking alcohol. This applies to anyone found driving drunk, including first offenses, and those with two, three, or more offenses. Drivers under the legal drinking age of 21 can face a DWI conviction if they are caught driving with any measurable BAC, even as low as .01, and commercial drivers can be charged with ... Read More»
Central Judicial Processing (CJP) Court Explained
September 5, 2019
Have to go to Central Judicial Processing, What is It? Central Judicial Processing (CJP court) occurs when anyone in the State of New Jersey has been charged with an indictable offense. CJP court is your first appearance in court after you have been charged with an offense that is essentially the equivalent of a felony in another state. It is important to have an attorney present for this critical step in your case, as it could direct the course of action taken against you by the ... Read More»