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“Mr. Levow dug through the facts of my case thoroughly and found all the errors that were made by the officers, from the breath testing errors, to the “failed” balance test. I am back to my career as a bus driver and once again thank you.”

— D.B.

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Thousands of DWI Charges.

When you’ve been arrested for a DWI, you need reliable and aggressive counsel, as soon as possible. We understand that your freedom, license, and employment are integral to your life. The prospect of losing them can be very scary. We don’t walk our clients into court and plead them guilty; we fight for our clients. Our singular goal is to help you beat your DWI. These cases can be won and we win them routinely, day-in-and-day-out. Our experience shows that how a DWI is defended can be the difference between a dismissal and a conviction. We bring all of our expertise and knowledge to bear when defending you, giving you the best chance possible under the law for a favorable outcome.

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New Jersey’s Award Winning DWI / DUI Lawyers

We Defend DWI Charges Throughout New Jersey.

The law makers and the courts are notoriously tough on those arrested for drunk driving.

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence, you face a mandatory license suspension and at least $6,575 in fines and surcharges if you are convicted. Your insurance company will likely discover the conviction, and will surcharge you thousands of dollars over the next three years.

Unlike other states, New Jersey does not have a work or restricted driver’s license, regardless of how essential the destination is to you, your job or your family.

For these and other reasons, it’s imperative that you hire an experienced attorney who is knowledgeable in DWI law, and who is aggressive and innovative in defense strategies. You’ve come to the right place.

Don’t Hire Us If You Want to Plead Guilty. Hire Us To Fight Your DWI Arrest.

Levow DWI Law is a group of highly qualified and experienced DWI trial attorneys exclusively devoted to DWI defense. All we do is DWI and the related charges.

We travel the entire state representing individuals in all 21 New Jersey counties, in all 500-plus Municipal Courts.  We are known north to south as DWI lawyers who will thoroughly challenge your stop, arrest, and all testing.

Make no mistake – we are extremely aggressive. Do not hire Levow DWI Law if you want an attorney to walk you into court and plead you guilty. That’s not what we do. Hire Levow DWI Law to aggressively fight the charges against you.

People mistakenly think that nothing can be done to defend against a DWI charge. That’s incorrect. There are many challenges that can be made to your stop, arrest, and breath, blood or urine testing. In the vast majority of our clients’ cases, we get positive results. We leave no stone unturned in defending our clients, and we won’t stop fighting unless you tell us to.

Our trial attorneys will thoroughly assess your case and all possible defenses. We know how and where to compel the state to provide the discovery we think we need to be successful in your case. Although most of our cases resolve without a trial, we prepare our cases as if we are going to trial.  Prosecutors and Judges know that we will try cases when our client does not want to accept what the State is “offering”.  We believe this is why our law firm has such an excellent track record of success.  We fight.

We Have Qualifications That No Other Firm In The State Shares.

Your choice of DWI lawyer can have a great impact on your case. Lawyers throughout New Jersey and across the country frequently seek our firm’s advice regarding their own cases.

This is partly due to our work in State v. Chun, where Evan Levow represented the lead defendant, Chun, in the most important DWI case in New Jersey history. That case challenged the reliability of the Draeger Alcotest® 7110 MKIII-C breath testing machine, and set the standards for DWI defense and prosecution in New Jersey.

State v. Chun: New Jersey’s Guiding DWI Case

Levow Recognized By National College for DUI Defense

Evan Levow represented 6 of the 21 defendants in the Chun litigation.  During the Chun litigation, Mr. Levow sent an Alcotest machine to an engineer in New Zealand. Through the experiments managed by Mr. Levow, it was established that the machine is in fact susceptible to “RFI,” radio frequency interference. This resulted in several concessions made by the State during litigation, and depending on the circumstances of your case, this interference can result in suppressed breath testing and even dismissal of your DWI.

Evan Levow’s cross examination of the vice-president of Draeger, the maker of the machine, resulted in establishing failure rates on the machine.

Mr. Levow’s constitutional argument before the New Jersey Supreme Court was instrumental in obtaining the computer source code for the machine. This is the first time anywhere in the United States or abroad that a breath testing company was compelled to provide the source code for a breath testing machine. This resulted in a remand of the case to the lower court so that Mr. Levow, the defense team, and the experts that Mr. Levow hired could analyze the Alcotest machine.

It was through this analysis that the Supreme Court ordered the State to fix 9 issues with the machine software, to make the machine scientifically reliable.

Through further litigation, Evan Levow was ultimately able to get the breath test results in Chun’s case dismissed.

The Chun litigation has been going on for more than 10 years, now.  Mr. Levow recently argued that the State failed to comply with the Supreme Court’s order to fix flaws in it’s programming.  Without the changes, which were ordered 6 years ago, by the Court’s own language, the machine is not accurate.  Instead, the court ignored the State’s failure to comply and once again said that this flawed machine is good enough for government work.

And that’s why we are the law firm to assist you in this matter.  Based on our involvement in the Chun litigation, we know the machine, it’s processes and the best ways to have the machine results suppressed.

Challenging Blood Tests

Mr. Levow has taught judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys the forensic science of blood testing.  All of the lawyers at Levow DWI Law study the science and attend continuing eduction seminars and training in blood, urine and drug testing

Evan Levow also represented the lead defendants in State v. Kent and State v. Renshaw, the most significant recent blood testing cases in New Jersey.

Mr. Levow’s work changed how the state is required to present evidence and witnesses, whereby the state is now required to produce live testimony to establish how blood was drawn, handled and tested.

A Respected Legal Expert

Evan Levow was recently named the President of the DUI Defense Lawyers Association (DUIDLA), a national bar association. Learn more about Evan’s distinguished appointment here.

Evan Levow is a keynote speaker on national panels and at seminars, where he teaches the latest defense strategies to DWI attorneys all over the county.

Mr. Levow has taught breath testing, blood testing and urine testing, as well as field sobriety testing and DRE – Drug Recognition Evaluation.  Evan is consulted by lawyers locally and across the country.

Field Sobriety Testing Qualifications

Every lawyer at Levow DWI Law has been trained and qualified in field sobriety testing by the same agency that trained the police officer who administered your road-side exercises, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Additionally, Evan Levow was the first attorney in New Jersey to be qualified as an instructor in field sobriety testing, back in 2004. In other words, Evan Levow is qualified to teach the Field Sobriety Testing Course to the police officer who administered your road-side tests. Mr. Levow became an instructor in field sobriety testing so he could understand the tests as well as or better than the officers. As a result of our training, we are going to know if something was done incorrectly with your field testing. This may be one way to weaken the state’s case against you.

Breath Testing Qualifications

We are the only law firm in the state of New Jersey to own both the original breath testing machine, the Draeger® Breathalyzer 900, and the newer and currently used Draeger Alcotest® 7110 MKIII-C. All of our attorneys went through the Draeger manufacturer training to become certified in the operation and maintenance of the Alcotest 7110 MKIII-C.

Because of our in-depth and unparalleled participation in State v. Chun, along with our ownership of the Alcotest 7110 MKIII-C and vast knowledge of how the machine works, we thoroughly understand the machine you were tested on and it’s possible errors. Just because the machine read a breath alcohol content of 0.08% or greater doesn’t mean that number was accurate, or that the machine was properly calibrated or that the person operating the machine was certified.

Based on these and other errors, we have a proven track record of getting breath test results thrown out.

Blood, Urine Testing & Drug Recognition Recognition Evaluation

Our DWI defense lawyers have advanced training in blood and urine testing, and have also been trained in the Drug Recognition Evaluation program (DRE).

We’ve studied with premier forensic scientists from around the world, attending comprehensive seminars, in order to help us identify and evaluate blood and urine testing issues in your case. Evan Levow has lectured on blood and urine testing, as well as the Drug Recognition Evaluation program to police officers, attorneys and judges, locally and throughout the country.

We’ll determine whether your blood draw was done correctly, whether the sample was stored properly, and whether appropriate testing procedures were applied.

Comprehensive & Caring New Jersey DWI Defense

DWI cases are frequently referred to Levow DWI Law by lawyers across the state and throughout the country for a reason. Our clients receive personal attention, support and a specific, well-designed defense strategy based on the unique circumstances surrounding their arrest. We bring all of our knowledge and experience to bear when defending our clients. And we pride ourselves on achieving the best results possible under the circumstances.

We understand that this case is about your life, your freedom, your family and employment. A DWI arrest does NOT equal conviction. These cases can be won.

Please call us today for a free consultation so we can begin working on your defense immediately. We want to help.



Latest DWI/DUI Updates

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Below you will find news about the latest DWI and DUI cases and arrests.

December 4th, 2018 – Woman Charged With DUI After Crashing Into House

Police, firefighters, and emergency responders arrived to find that a car had flipped over and hit a house. The siding on the house and part of the wall was damaged. The driver and passengers survived the accident and were extracted from the vehicle. The driver was charged with a DUI and other traffic-related offenses.

November 13th, 2018 – DWI Dismissals In NJ Are On The Rise

According to date released by the state judiciary, the number of DWI cases that were dismissed in 2017 reached 24% – nearly twice that of previous years. One theory as to why so many cases are being dismissed is that attorneys are better equipped to get any blood, urine, or breath tests thrown, making it difficult to prove the driver was under the influence.

August 31, 2018 – Indictment of Drunk Driver In Hit And Run Accident

On April 29, a hit-and-run accident occurred in Plainfield, NJ when a drunk driver fatally hit a pedestrian who was exiting a taxi. The driver of the vehicle was discovered a short time later in his home and a his damaged car was parked outside. On Friday, August 4, an indictment of vehicular homicide charges was made public.

June 25, 2018 – Man Killed In Drunk Driving Accident

On June 17th an intoxicated driver was driving his SUV the wrong way on Route 36 in Middletown NJ. The driver slammed his SUV into another vehicle as he was driving west in the eastbound lanes. The driver of the other vehicle was taken to Riverview Medical Center and was pronounced dead at 12:46 am. The driver of the SUV was alone in his vehicle and sustained no serious injuries. He is being charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, misuse of a divided highway, and having an open alcoholic container in his vehicle.

May 29, 2018 – Child Injured In Serious Accident, Driver Charged With DWI

On Friday, May 25, a 27-year-old woman with a suspended license was driving a Chevy Malibu crashed her car into the back of a Lincoln Navigator while driving on the expressway in Mahwah around 2:50 pm. The crash caused the Navigator to hit the guardrail and then a 12-year-old boy was ejected from the car. The boy was airlifted to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center but his condition is currently unknown. The driver of the Navigator was not injured. The driver of the Malibu has been charged with DWI, assault by auto, and several other charges.

April 5, 2018 – Two Women Charged With Driving Under The Influence After Damaging Vehicles

Early in the morning on Saturday, March 31, two women were allegedly driving drunk in Hoboken, NJ when they crashed into several parked cars. According to the police, the women were taking turns driving as they tried to determine who was “less drunk” to be able to drive home. They were both over the legal limit and damaged 4 cars as well as the one they were driving, which sustained so much damage it couldn’t be driven. The women were charged with reckless driving and driving drunk in a school zone.

March 7, 2018 – NJ Woman Flees From Police And Is Then Charged With DWI

On Friday, February 23, the Bedminster Police pulled over a car driven by a Morristown woman for failing to signal for a lane change and having tinted front windows. When the 33-year-old woman was pulled over she refused to get out of the car and then drove away. She fled with the police chasing her until her car jumped the curb and down an embankment into a swamp area. She was stuck there and then arrested by police. She faces several charges including DWI on a school property or within 1,000 feet of a school and having an open container of alcohol.

February 15, 2018 – After DUI Arrest Dennis Rodman Checks Into New Jersey Rehab

Dennis Rodman’s agent confirmed on Wednesday, February 14th, that the former NBA star has checked into Turning Point Rehabilitation Center located in Paterson, NJ after being arrested for drunk driving last week in Newport Beach, California. Rodman was pulled over on Saturday night under suspicion of driving under the influence and failed the sobriety test and breath tests. Rodman has struggled with alcoholism for many years and has been in rehab once before in 2014.

January 11, 2018 – New Jersey Department of Transportation Employee Arrested On DUI Charges After Crashing Snowplow

An employee for the New Jersey Department of Transportation was arrested on after allegedly crashing a snowplow into several vehicles while working.

According to reports, the driver allegedly crashed into two cars while plowing snow on Route 23 in the town of Pequannock, New Jersey. Police say the man was over the legal limit of .04 BAC for commercial vehicle drivers. Upon investigating the suspect, it was found that he was previously arrested on for driving under the influence three separate times including once in Aberdeen in 2002, again in Morris Plains in 2007 and most recently in Denville in 2017.

December 2, 2017 – Police In Pleasantville To Begin End-Of-Year Crack Down On Drunk Driving

Police from Pleasantville, New Jersey recently announced their plans to begin the annual end-of-year DUI crack down on Friday, December 8th. Law enforcement officers will be cracking down on drunk driving throughout Atlantic County as well as every other county in the State of New Jersey as the 2017 year comes to a close. The initiative is part of a nationwide campaign called Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over which focuses on reducing the number of drunk driving incidents across the nation.

November 14, 2017 – Authorities Announce Upcoming Sobriety Checkpoint In Morris County, NJ

According to officials from the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, the Roxbury Township Police Department will be conducting a DWI sobriety checkpoint at some point before the end of November. The DUI checkpoint is being funded by a grant from the New Jersey Division of the Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Officials said that more checkpoint dates will be announced later in the month.

October 26, 2017 – DWI Checkpoints Scheduled For This Weekend In Monmouth County

Local police and law enforcement agencies have announced that they will be conducting several DWI checkpoints in Monmouth County over the upcoming weekend. The sobriety checkpoints will be held from 10:00 p.m. on Friday through 2:00 a.m. on Saturday. According to the Brielle police chief, the Monmouth County DWI Task Force will be stopping vehicles in the westbound lanes on Newman Springs Road in Red Bank, NJ. New Jersey State Police also announced that they will be setting up sobriety checkpoints in Neptune and Belmar over the weekend, but did not specific exactly where or what time the checkpoints will be held.

September 7, 2017- Jersey Shore Man Killed By A Drunk Driver

A man from Ocean Township New Jersey died on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 following an accident that involved a drunk driver. The man’s car was rear-ended by a tractor trailer that was being driven by a drunk driver. The accident happened on the southbound side of Route 440. The truck crashed into a Hyundai Sonata causing it to jackknife and hitting two other cars. A 45-year-old man who was driving an SUV that was pushed into another car died at Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy. The truck driver was charged with driving under the influence and the accident is still under investigation.

August 17, 2017- Off-Duty Trooper Involved In A Crash That Injured An N.J. Woman And Girl

An off-duty trooper from Maryland was arrested for a DUI crash that injured a woman from New Jersey and a ten-year-old girl. According to the police statement, the man was driving a marked Maryland State Police Chevrolet Tahoe when he rear-ended a Mercedes going in the same direction as he was. The Cherry Hill, New Jersey woman and the girl were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. The state trooper was charged with driving under the influence, driving while impaired, failure to control speed to avoid a collision, negligent driving, and reckless driving. He was also suspended with pay.

July 7, 2017- Sparta Woman Charged With DWI After Driving Herself To Police Headquarters

A Sparta NJ woman was charged with DWI after she drove herself to the Sparta Police Department headquarters. The 51-year-old woman initially drove to the police department to file an “unwanted guest” complaint. However, when a Sparta policeman was taking her statement he found her to be totally confused and suspected that she was intoxicated. The policeman also figured out that she had driven herself to the headquarters in this condition. She was taken into custody after being given field sobriety tests and a breath test. Police charged her with DWI, DWI in a school zone, and careless driving.

June 1, 2017- Wrong-Way Driver Charged With DWI

A woman from Belleville was charged by Hoboken police for driving while intoxicated during Memorial Day weekend. Authorities state that she traveled the wrong way down Hudson Place. Police observed the woman driving the wrong way and pursued her in a traffic stop. As soon as the police officers got near the woman’s car they could immediately smell alcohol in there. The 22-year-old woman failed a sobriety test and was placed under arrest. A breath test resulted in her being over the legal limit. She was charged with driving while intoxicated in a school zone, reckless driving, and driving the wrong way on a one-way street.

May 26, 2017- Erratic Driving Leads To Drunk Driving Charges

A Lake Hopatcong woman was arrested on drunk driving charges after she was caught driving erratically. The 31-year-old woman was charged with driving while intoxicated, obstruction, criminal mischief, reckless driving and more after she had been stopped by the police. A police officer patrolling Route 80 stopped the car after he noticed a vehicle failing to maintain it’s lane. When he stopped the car, he detected the odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle. The woman was taken to police headquarters where she refused to submit to breath testing and kicked a door in the processing room.

April 25, 2017- Toms River Man With 5-Year-Old In The Car Charged With DUI

A 41-year-old man was found hunched over the steering wheel in a McDonald’s parking lot. The drunk man was identified as a Toms River man who was under the influence of drugs and alcohol with a child under five years old in his care, the girl’s mother was also in the car with him. Police found the driver to be in possession of Schedule II narcotics. He was arrested and charged criminally with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, driving while intoxicated with an upgraded penalty for driving with a juvenile as a passenger.

March 29, 2017- Ignition Interlock Devices Bill Passes NJ Assembly Committee

An ignition interlock device DUI conviction bill has passed the New Jersey Assembly Appropriations Committee. The bill is designed to reduce the number of drunken driving incidents in the state and would mandate the use of ignition interlock devices for anyone convicted of driving while drunk. Using this device would mean that drunk drivers will not be able to start their cars. A Mothers Against Drunk Driving advocate testified before the committee by providing photographic evidence of himself after he was struck by a drunk driver.

February 24, 2017- Woman Tailgates Police Car And Is Arrested For Drunk Driving

A woman from Rumson was arrested in northern New Jersey after she tailgated a police car. According to reports, a police officer in Sparta, NJ spotted a 2013 Lexus that was driving too close behind him on Rt. 15. The police officer ran the car’s registration and found that it was expired. The car was stopped and the 50-year-old Rumson woman was discovered drunk.  She was arrested after she failed a series of sobriety tests.

January 31, 2017- Woman Hits Pedestrian While Driving Drunk

A New Jersey woman was recently charged with drunken driving after she hit a pedestrian with her car. Police stated that the 24-year-old woman struck a woman who was walking on the sidewalk with her mother and husband. The struck woman was pinned between the SUV that hit her and a fence. She was freed by emergency officials and transported to Jersey City Medical Center with a fractured right leg. The 24-year-old woman was charged with assault by auto, reckless driving, and driving while intoxicated.

December 14, 2016- Brick Man Charged With Drunk Driving By Point Pleasant Police

A man from Brick was recently arrested after he was involved in a two-vehicle crash. The 61-year-old man was charged with DUI, refusal to submit to breath samples, as well as reckless and careless driving. It should be noted that New Jersey is an “implied consent” state which means that by driving on NJ roads you have implicitly agreed to submit to breath testing if a police officer suspects you are driving while intoxicated.

November 25, 2016- Sparta Woman Arrested In Single-Car Crash

A Sparta woman was arrested after she had a single-car accident and was charged with driving her car under the influence of prescription drugs. The 52-year-old woman faced several charges including, being under the influence of prescription medication, driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident, not reporting an accident and careless driving. According to police officers, they suspected the woman was under the influence of drugs or alcohol when they approached her and conducted a series of field sobriety tests which she failed and was arrested.

October 27, 2016- Retired Police Chief Arrested With Nearly Triple Blood Alcohol Limit

A retired Scotch Plains, NJ Police Chief was recently arrested after he had a drunk driving crash. His blood alcohol content was found to be three times over the legal limit of 0.08, his was was 0.23 percent. The 51-year-old Police Chief crashed and veered off the road leading him to strike a pole that ended up splitting in half. He was charged with DUI, reckless driving, and failure to maintain a lane.

September 8, 2016- Terrible Parking Outside Lowe’s Leads To DWI Charges

In Mount Olive, a 31-year-old man’s bad parking job led to his arrest. The man’s parking was being observed by an Officer early Saturday morning on September 3, 2016, in the Lowe’s Home Improvement parking lot. When the officer went to talk to the man he smelled alcohol and quickly realized that the driver appeared to be impaired. The officer also noticed an open bottle of beer in the car as well as three blue bottles containing pills called Gabapentin. The driver was arrested for failing field sobriety tests and charged with DWI, reckless driving, being in possession of an open container of alcohol in a car and being in possession of a prescription drug.

August 23, 2016- N.J. Football Coach Arrested For DUI Crash Involving Parked Cars

A recently hired Harrison High School football coach who was scheduled to start on August 15th has been arrested for an alleged DUI crash. It has been stated that the coach drove a town van into a number of parked cars while he was under the influence of alcohol. Reports state that the coach was unsteady on his feet and was slurring his words when the police arrived on the scene of the accident. His blood alcohol level registered at 0.11 which is higher than the legal limit of 0.08. He has been suspended without pay before he even started his new job.

July 26, 2016- Fork River Man Charged With Drunk Driving

Lacey police recently charged a man from Forked River with driving under the influence. An investigation on the scene led to the man being arrested and taken to police headquarters. He received traffic summonses for DUI, as well as failure to maintain lane. His vehicle was also impounded.

June 22, 2016- More Summer DWI Checkpoints To Be Expected In New Jersey

As the summer season starts state police are increasing their DWI checkpoints in an aggressive attempt to crackdown on drunken driving. New Jersey state data records that alcohol has been a contributing factor in almost a third of all the fatal crashes recorded over the last decade.

May 25, 2016-  Beloved Burlington City Teenager Killed By DUI Driver

Early Sunday, May 22, 2016, a 17-year-old senior and ROTC member at Burlington City High School was hit and killed by a driver on Route 130.  According to prosecutors, a 42-year-old man from Willingboro was driving recklessly and was also under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time he struck the teenager. The man was charged with reckless driving and DUI shortly after the accident occurred.

April 27, 2016- Philadelphia Nun Found Guilty Of DUI In New Jersey

A 41-year-old Philadelphia nun was recently found guilty of driving under the influence after she was charged with DUI in Gloucester County. The nun claims she was sleep driving when she was initially charged. She said she had taken an Ambien with a glass of wine before she went to bed, and has no recollection of how she ended up in Washington Township. The nun’s license was suspended for 90 days and she was ordered to pay a fine.

March 22, 2016-  Police Director Fired After Being Arrested For DWI

A Carteret police director who was recently charged with driving while intoxicated has been fired. The 71-year-old director allegedly crashed his Lexus in Old Bridge and according to police, he refused to take a breathalyzer test. He incurred serious charges and was fired from his job a week later.

February 17, 2016- Man From Dover Charged With DWI

On Sunday, February 14, 2016, a man from Dover was charged with driving while intoxicated and careless driving. He was identified as 19-year-old Jorge Coello-Sanchez. A Hackettstown police officer who was patrolling Route 517, stopped Sanchez’s vehicle and could smell alcohol in the car. Sanchez was arrested and released pending a court appearance.

January 20, 2016- Dumont, NJ Man Arrested For Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated

Orangetown Police arrested Alexander Singh on Route 340 after he was noticed drifting off the road and hit a parked vehicle and a mailbox. Police state that Singh failed field sobriety tests and was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. He was taken to Orangetown Police headquarters where he also failed a breathalyzer test. Singh is due in court on February 10, 2016.

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Lawyers throughout New Jersey and across the country frequently seek our firm’s advice regarding DWI cases. This is partly due to our work in State v. Chun, where Evan Levow represented the lead defendant, Chun, in the most importnant DWI case in New Jersey history.

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All of the lawyers at Levow DWI Law are trained and qualified in field sobriety testing by the same agency that trained the police officer who administered your road-side exercises, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

Additionally, Evan Levow is 1 of only 5 attorneys in the state of New Jersey to be qualified as an Instructor in field sobriety testing. In other words, Evan Levow is qualified to teach the Field Sobriety Testing Course to the police officer who administered your road-side tests. Mr. Levow became an Instructor in field sobriety testing so he could understand the tests as well as or better than the officers. We are going to know if something was done incorrectly with your field testing. This may be one way to weaken the state’s case against you.