In New Jersey judges and prosecutors take very seriously when an individual is charged with Driving While Intoxicated. Nonetheless, certain defenses do exist that can be beneficial to a defendant at trial or during negotiations with a prosecutor. This article explains two of those defenses.
Often times when a client begins a consult at our law office they are totally unaware that an incredibly straightforward defense exists to their case. That defense is often times related to the most basic proof that the prosecutor bears the burden of establishing: that the Defendant actually operated and/or had the intent to operate their vehicle.