Driving Under the Influence (DWI) Charges and Penalties
Attorney Michael J. Montanari, Esq., partner with the law firm is admitted to practice in New Jersey and the United States District Court, District of New Jersey. In this video, Mr. Montanari explains why a DWI charge is considered a quasi-criminal offense, and what you may be facing if charged.
Driving while under the influence or DWI in New Jersey, is a quasi-criminal offense. What that means is although is technically not a crime and will not show up on your criminal record, you could do jail time and you also have the significant ramifications for violating the DWI statute. You could lose your license. You could go to jail and face multiple fines well over $1.000.
Retain a Little Falls DWI Attorneys to Guide You and Protect Your Rights
Michael J. Montanari or any other experienced attorney from our criminal law team will go over the details of your specific case and explore your options.
To speak with our firm today in a comprehensive and confidential case assessment regarding your Driving while under the influence, please don´t hesitate to call 973.233.4396 to receive your cost-free consultation or fill out our online form.