The state of New Jersey is notoriously harsh on drivers convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI), imposing stiff consequences on even for first-time convictions. These charges cannot be taken lightly, as they can expose a person to the possibility of jail time, stiff fines, and driver’s license suspension. If you are facing charges for a first offense DUI or DWI, I, Attorney Ryan E. Gilbert, am ready to defend your rights to the full extent of the law.
In my 15 years as an East Brunswick DUI attorney, I have successfully defended thousands of accused clients against their criminal charges and I am equipped to defend you in your legal struggle. My dedication to my clients is evidenced by my vast collection of top-notch client testimonials, and I am equipped with the skills you need to maximize your chances of securing a desirable outcome.
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For a first DUI or DWI conviction, all offenders will face up to 30 days in jail, expensive hikes in insurance hikes, and up to 48 hours in an Intoxicated Driver Resource Center. Additional penalties will vary depending on the level of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) registered at the time of arrest.
For a BAC of .08% to .10%:
If you register a BAC exceeding .10%:
Refusing to take a breath test can exacerbate the situation even further, automatically imposing additional fines and license suspension time. New Jersey has an implied consent law, meaning that by simply holding a driver’s license a person is in essence consenting to any breath test that an officer should request.
A DUI or DWI conviction can not only tarnish a person’s reputation, but it can also hinder someone’s ability to find employment. If you are facing these types of charges, it is urgent that you seek my professional legal help immediately to protect yourself against these potential consequences. Unlike an inexperienced and overworked public defender, I am willing to give your case the personal attention it deserves. Upon retaining my services, I am prepared to fight tooth and nail in the defense of your freedom and make every effort to attempt to secure a dismissal or reduction of your charges.