If you are reading this page then you or a loved one has probably been arrested with a DWI or Refusal charge in New Providence New Jersey. There is important information that you should know regarding the penalties for this charge and the options you have. New Jersey has some of the strictest DWI laws in the entire country with potential driver’s license suspensions for even first time offenders. In addition to a loss of license, you will be ordered to install an interlock device in your car, may be required to perform community service, and be forced to pay thousands in fines and surcharges. As a DWI defense lawyer, our job is to challenge the state’s case against you and improve your current legal position. At Proetta & Oliver we have handled hundreds of DWI cases throughout Union County and New Jersey. We look to attack the state’s case against at every angle by analyzing and challenging the elements of the charge against you, working out a resolution with the prosecutor, or litigating the case if necessary. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, then contact our office at (908) 838-0150 for a free consultation over the phone or to schedule an appointment with an experienced DWI attorney at our Cranford office.
DWI Stops in New Providence NJ
New Providence is a small quiet suburban town in northwest Union County. There are no major highways which run through the town but police do patrol the busier roads such as Springfield Ave and Mountain Ave and these motor vehicle stops periodically result in DWI arrests. If you have been charged or arrested in New Providence for driving under the influence you will be required to appear in the New Providence Municipal Court, which is located at 360 Elkwood Avenue, New Providence NJ 07974. New Providence normally holds court twice a month on Thursday afternoons at 3:00 p.m. However, the court does maintain normal business hours which are Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. If you have any questions regarding your upcoming court date you can contact the court at (908) 665-1454. Judge Donald P. Bogosian presides over all the municipal court cases such as disorderly persons offenses, traffic violations, and town ordinances. The municipal court administrator is Macrina Carra and the municipal prosecutor is Robert C. Thelander. It is highly recommended that you contact an experienced DUI defense attorney well in advance of your court date because of the difficult nature and complexity of these cases.
Lawyer for DWI Charges in New Providence
A lawyer’s experience is always important, but when it comes to successfully defending DWI charges, it matters more than ever. Founding attorney Will Proetta is certified as an Instructor of Standard Field Sobriety Testing in accordance with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Moreover, Mr. Proetta has been trained and certified by Draeger the manufacturers of the Alcotest machine (New Jersey’s breathalyzer). Our lawyer’s credentials and experience, like the examples mentioned above, often work to our client’s advantage because DUI cases are typically won on technicalities and procedural errors that are detected by drawing upon this training. If you would like to discuss the details of your case and our firm’s potential representation, then contact us at (908) 838-0150 for a free initial consultation with a DWI defense lawyer.
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