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Were you or a loved one arrested for DWI in Hamilton Township, NJ? Your arrest is the beginning of a legal journey that could result in severe sanctions, but you can fight to save your license and avoid the penalties.
How does our legal team defend you? One of the first things we do is review the actions of the police leading up to and during your arrest. Arresting officers often make mistakes that can be used as part of your DWI defense. These potential mistakes often include:
You can be sure that our experienced drunk driving attorneys will analyze your case completely to determine how best to build a defense that is tailored specifically to your situation. We are not a cookie cutter defense shop; each client receives our utmost attention and skill.
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When you contact our experienced DWI law firm, you can be sure that we will do everything we can to save your license. Here are 7 quick things you can do to help us build your defense:
Sometimes even the smallest detail can be crucial to the case, which is why we recommend that you write down everything that happened so it can be reviewed in the future.
Our dedicated DWI defense attorneys are pleased to serve clients throughout the Hamilton area, including vacationers and residents down the Shore in Wall Township, Howell and Toms River. These are aggressively-patrolled areas where DUI / DWI stops are common, especially during the summer months. Don’t make the common mistake of pleading guilty to a charge before exploring your legal options. We’ve already helped countless clients in Wall, Howell and Toms River beat charges.
Our attorneys possess extensive knowledge of Wall Township’s legal and court system. You can rest assured that our dedicated legal team is positioned to assist clients throughout the Wall area in the defense against DUI and DWI charges. Our firm focuses solely on DUI defense; we have no other mission but to see our clients secure their freedom, free of harsh criminal penalties.
Staffed by three judges, Wall Township’s Municipal Court is located at 2700 Allaire Road, Wall, New Jersey 07719. The telephone number for the court is (732) 449-4666. Court sessions are held on Tuesday, between 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., and on Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Linda J. Smith serves as the Court Administrator.
Howell Township is a beautiful place to live and visit, but things become altogether less favorable after you’ve been pulled over for DUI / DWI. Just minutes from the Shore, this sleepy community features a beautiful church and 51,075 residents, many of whom find rest and relaxation in the nearby Manasquan Reservoir park.
Howell’s Municipal Court is located at the police station on 300 Old Tavern Road. Court sessions are heard on Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. Rosemary O’Donnell, C.M.C.A. serves as the Court Administrator. The phone number for the court is (732) 938-4848.
With a population of 91,239, Toms River is one of coastal New Jersey’s most populous villages, but don’t let the town’s size fool you. Toms River is a gorgeous little place filled with fun sights and activities. It’s always been safe (ranked as the 15th safest city in the United States by some accounts) due to a well-equipped police force that is ever watchful. Drivers who take to the roads should be careful to follow the rules or risk being pulled over.
Stuck with a DWI charge in Toms River? No team is better equipped to handle your DUI defense than Levow DWI Law. We possess a keen understanding of local ordinances and have the experience and capabilities to help you beat the charges. Our attorneys have successfully defended numerous clients. We have the wherewithal to stand up to local police forces in court.
The Municipal Court for Toms River is located at 255 Oak Avenue. The phone number is (732) 797-3914. Court sessions are held on Mondays, between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. and between 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m., and on Wednesdays, between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. While Toms River may be small by some standards, it’s court is not, being the 7th largest municipal court in the State of New Jersey.
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Did you know that there are pre-trial motions that can be filed which may result in the complete dismissal of the charges that have been filed against you? Here’s a list of ways in which our legal team has successfully challenged a DWI in the past:
If our experienced DWI lawyers determine that any of these apply to your case, a pre-trial motion will be filed which could ultimately result in the total dismissal of all charges. This is just one reason why it’s so important to contact an experienced DWI lawyer as soon as possible – you can’t afford to wait.
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Have you or a loved one recently been arrested for a DWI in Hamilton County or Mercer County? You might feel like you are completely alone. It might seem like you have no choice but to accept the consequences and penalties, however, you can and should fight the charges. Don’t hesitate; the legal process will happen quickly, often leaving you only 60 days to prepare for a trial before a judge.
At Levow DWI Law, we want to help you avoid the mistakes that many make after a DWI arrest. Common mistakes include:
These are just a few of the many mistakes that can be avoided if you contact our legal team as soon as possible. We don’t just prepare your case for court – we also help to prepare you. Don’t wait – call us now.
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On June 20th, 2019, police officers responded to a call about a man who was threatening Secaucus town residents. When they arrived on the scene, they pulled over the suspect, a 24-year-old man and requested that he take a breath test. He refused and was arrested and charged with DWI, having an open container in a car, refusing to take a breath test, and reckless driving. It was also determined that the driver is a Bergan Country Sheriffs officer. He has since been assigned to administrative duty.
A Hamilton police officer is facing DWI charges after an accident. The arrest came after he crashed his unmarked police car into Bill’s Olde Tavern. He was taken to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries and has been charged with a DWI and reckless driving.
A police officer who was directing traffic was seriously injured while sitting in his police car. At the time of the accident, the officer was sitting in the car with his emergency lights on when a man driving while under the influence ignored both the lights and the officer’s directions, slamming into the police vehicle. The officer was rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment and is expected to recover. To learn more, visit NJ.com.