The Aggressive DWI Representation You Need To Protect Your Future
New Jersey takes driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol charges seriously. If you or a loved one faces DWI or DUI charges in Passaic County, you need to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to get started on your case.
I am attorney Alfred Acquaviva, and I have over 30 years of legal experience that I will put to work for you. As a former prosecutor and an experienced defense lawyer, I have seen both sides of the criminal justice system. I know what goes into building a strong case that protects your rights and future. I will fight tirelessly to help you maintain your driver’s license and protect your future.
Helping You Avoid Devastating Consequences
In New Jersey, you can face serious penalties if police catch you driving a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08% or above or under the influence of drugs. If you were caught driving under the influence of drugs such as marijuana, heroin, opioids or any other drug that decreases alertness, you may face a DUI charge.
Depending on the circumstances of your case and if you have prior DWI or DUI convictions, you could face penalties such as:
- Expensive fines
- Jail time
- License revocation or suspension
- Insurance surcharges
- Attending an Intoxicated Driver Resource Center
- The use of an ignition interlock device
In New Jersey, everyone convicted of a DWI must give up their driver’s license until an ignition interlock device is installed, which can take weeks to months. Even for a first offense, the court can penalize you with jail time, loss of your driver’s license and hefty fines. The penalties for multiple offenders are even more severe.
Get Started On Your DWI Defense Today
Even though the state considers DWIs and DUIs as traffic offenses, you still need an experienced attorney to help you avoid serious consequences. To schedule a free initial consultation, call me at 973-869-5805 or complete my online contact form to get in touch with me. Hablamos español.