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Penalties for DWI Should Not Deter You From Going to Trial In New Jersey

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Feb 04, 2016 | 0 Comments

DWI Penalties In New Jersey

Speak to an Experienced New Jersey DWI Attorney

If you or a loved one have been charged with a DWI in Belmar, Brick or any other town in Ocean County or Monmouth County, New Jersey, having proper legal representation by speaking to the attorneys at Villani & DeLuca can be key to your defense. The penalties for a DWI conviction are intimidating, and there is no benefit for pleading guilty or going to trial. If your DWI charge occurred in Ocean County or Monmouth County, contact one of the knowledgeable DWI defense lawyers at 732-965-3999 to discuss your case. Villani & DeLuca offers a FREE case evaluations.

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Carmine R. Villani

Founding partner, Carmine Villani, Esq. is a former municipal prosecutor with over 20 years experience in Criminal and DWI Defense.

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Mistakes happen all of the time. If a mistake was made by the police or the New Jersey prosecution it should not hurt you and your family. Our experienced NJ DWI Defense Lawyers at Villani & DeLuca regularly protect the legal rights of people who have been charged with DWI / DUI or breath test refusal. This traffic offense carries the possibility of jail time and costly fines in New Jersey. The stakes are too high and the possible effects can last for years. A strong legal defense can often convince the courts to have your drunk driving charges dismissed or reduced so don't risk your future by trying to defend yourself against a DUI! Contact Villani & Deluca today for a FREE case evaluation on all your pending drunk driving charges.

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