Facing a DWI charge in New Jersey? Your situation may seem dire now, but all hope is not lost. While many DWI defendants feel as though a guilty plea is inevitable, you still have time to beat the charge. Our experienced New Jersey DWI attorneys are here to help. With decades of trial experience, our lawyers have helped numerous defendants successfully fight DWI charges in New Jersey, providing compassionate counsel and aggressive defense services.
You have a choice, one that can affect much of your life for the foreseeable future. You can either plead guilty and accept the penalties, or fight for your freedom. The experienced attorneys at Levow DWI Law help defendants fight. Many DWI attorneys simply walk their clients into the courtroom and plead them guilty. Our attorneys are different. We give you a real chance at beating these charges. There are dozens of ways to fight a DWI arrest, from challenging the validity of the arrest to questioning the accuracy of blood and chemical test results. We leave no stone unturned when defending our clients.
Every month, our dedicated legal team publishes a post on celebrities who have been arrested and charged for DWI. We aren’t in the business of creating hype or exploiting these stories for humor. Instead, we want to show you the various legal options available to you after facing a DWI charge. These cases can be won. Moreover, our aim is to highlight the fact that even the most powerful people in America can face harsh consequences after a DWI arrest. This is why it is imperative to have an aggressive DWI defense attorney by your side if you are facing charges.
Wedding Crashers star Vince Vaughn has been convicted of reckless driving in connection to a June 10, 2018 DWI incident in Manhattan Beach, California. On May 3, 2019, Vaughn’s attorney entered a plea of no contest to the single charge against his client in Los Angeles Superior Court. In agreeing to a plea deal, Vaughn evaded charges of DUI and disobeying a police officer, according to the Montreal Gazette.
Last June, Vaughn, 49, was pulled over at a DUI checkpoint in Manhattan Beach. Authorities say the actor refused on repeated occasions to exit his car, then failed a field sobriety test and a blood alcohol test. He was charged on counts of driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 or higher and disobeying a police officer. Initially, Vaughn pleaded not guilty to the charges, but has now agreed to a plea deal in which the charges were reduced.
In exchange for his plea, Vaughn has been sentenced to three years of unsupervised probation. He has been fined approximately $1,700 and must attend an alcohol education class.
Don’t wait to explore your legal options. You may be able to beat the charge or dramatically reduce the penalties you are facing. Every day, police officers in New Jersey make serious mistakes, infringing on the rights of citizens. Our mission is to protect your rights.
Learn more about our DWI defense services in a free consultation today. We are here to help. You don’t have to go through this alone. Contact our attorneys now.