Successful Defense Against DWI Charges in Morris Township, NJ
Arrested for DWI Morris Twp. NJ? We can help
Amazingly, our client was charged under the New Jersey DWI statute despite the fact that she was not actually driving the vehicle; she was a passenger in a vehicle that her friend was driving.
Our client’s friend was driving in Morris Township when she was pulled over by a traffic officer. The officer then administered field sobriety tests, which the driver subsequently failed. This led to the driver being placed under arrest, taken to police headquarters, and charged with drunk driving.
However, this was not the end of the story for our client. Since the vehicle was register in our client’s name, she was charged with violating New Jersey DWI laws that prohibit a person from allowing an intoxicated individual to operate a motor vehicle.
These were very serious charges that carried significant penalties, including a sentence of up to 30 days in jail, suspension of our client’s driver’s license for a period of 3 months, and $3,000 in Motor Vehicle Commission surcharges over three years.
Fight DWI Charges in Morris Township, NJ
The good news is that, thanks to the efforts of The Tormey Law Firm, our client was able to avoid jail and maintain her driving privileges in the State of New Jersey. That’s because we were able to successfully argue that the prosecution’s evidence in the case was insufficient. As a result, the charges were dismissed.
This case represented a major success for The Tormey Law Firm.