These will include imprisonment, penalties and fines. Here we may have a short list of penalties and others punishments that the Government of New Jersey gives to the accused drivers. Penalties or fine up-to $500 Imprisonment which can be from 10 to 90 days License suspension is additional with imprisonment and this will lead to at least one to two years Additionally, if anyone gets involved in any type of crash with another car during the tenure of suspension, then the accused will face jail for 45 days more.
YOU HAVE JUST BEEN ARRESTED FOR DWI... WHAT SHOULD YOU DO NOW?!?!?!?!? • •
ARRAIGNMENT - This proceeding normally occurs at the next available court session after the date of your arrest. PRE-TRIAL OR STATUS CONFERENCES - These conferences are provided to allow both sides opportunities to have initial discussions about the case and to gather all the information about your case. PRE-TRIAL MOTIONS/SUPPRESSION HEARINGS - In many cases, your attorney may receive documents and information (discovery) from the prosecutor that reveal your constitutional rights may have been violated. TRIAL - currently all DWI trials are heard by a municipal court judge. Unlike many other states, New Jersey does not allow for jury trials in DWI cases.
WHY ROBERT E. DEPERSIA II the DWI Defense Attorney SHOULD BE YOUR CHOICE •
YOU ARE REPRESENTED BY ATTORNEY DESPERSIA, PERSONALLY, NOT A PARTNER OR AN ASSOCIATIVE WITH LIMITED OR NO EXPERIENCE!
ACTIVE MEMBER CAMDEN COUNTRY AND NEW JERSY STATE BAR ASSOCIATION.
ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE MUNICIPAL COURT COMMITTEE OF NEW JERSEY.
ACTIVE MEMBER AND FORMER CHAIRMAN OF THE CAMDEN COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT COMMITTEE.
AMERICAN TRIAL LAYERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
Expert services of DWI Lawyers â€˘ SENTENCING - The court imposes a sentence immediately after a plea is entered or a finding of guilt is made in a trial. Unlike Superior Court Criminal matters, you do not return at a later date to be sentenced. â€˘ It is simultaneous sentencing. Depending upon your prior history and for fact pattern, sentencing exposure will include loss of driver's license, state surcharges, fines, assessments, alcohol classes, community service, installation of interlock device and jail time.
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