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Refusing to Perform a Breathalyzer or Provide a Blood Sample

It is normal to feel afraid after being pulled over, especially if you recently consumed a few alcoholic drinks. Your first reaction may be to refuse the breathalyzer or blood sample that the police officer requests in an attempt to forgo legal charges. Unfortunately, this is not how it works. Refusing to perform a breathalyzer […]

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Underage DUI/DWI Laws and Penalties

The legal drinking age across the country is 21. Yet, there are many individuals under the age of 21 that routinely engage in drinking. Underage drinking can not only have health implications, but it can also put you at risk of very serious legal charges. In addition to a minor being caught engaging in underage […]

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Traffic Stops: When Police Suspect a DUI

Anytime you see flashing red or blue lights behind you, it’s important to safely pull off the road. In most cases, the police cruiser or emergency vehicle will speed past you on its way to an emergency, but sometimes the officer is signaling for you to pull over because you have made a driving error. […]

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Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in New Jersey

While possession of drug paraphernalia is not considered among the most serious of crimes outlined in the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice, it does still carry jail time and a fine if a person is convicted of it. Graded as a disorderly persons offense, being convicted of the crime of possession of drug paraphernalia […]

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New Jersey DWI Laws

In New Jersey, DWI (driving while intoxicated) is considered operating an automobile with a .08 percent or higher BAC (blood alcohol concentration). Whether your actual ability to drive is impacted does not matter if your BAC is found to be at or above this level. On the other hand, if you are impaired while driving, […]

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