Mercer County NJ DUI Lawyers
New Jersey & Pennsylvania Drunk Driving Lawyers
Drunk driving offenses in New Jersey or Pennsylvania are more common than you might think. The consumption of alcohol can dull the senses, decrease reaction time, and result in limited vision and alertness. Most importantly, alcohol consumption can hinder judgment. This is probably why most drunk drivers get behind the wheel in the first place. Unfortunately, a single mistake could have devastating consequences for you and your family. A DWI conviction can seriously disrupt your life because you will probably lose your driver’s license and potentially be sentenced to jail time. That’s why the best thing you can do right now is contact an experienced lawyer.
Bucks County PA DWI Attorneys
Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson is a highly respected law firm with a track record of success in DWI cases. Our lawyers have more than 40 years of experience defending clients against DWI charges throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Our mission is to provide clients with the best possible outcome to their case, which is why you can count on us to give you legal representation of the highest quality. Our investigative team will examine the facts in your case and gather evidence in your favor, while our litigation team will prepare for battle in the courtroom. We understand that your freedom could be at stake, so we will do whatever it takes to beat your charges. Call KCR now to begin your defense.
DWI Charges in New Jersey and Pennsylvania
The legal limit in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania is .08 percent blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Anyone caught operating a motor vehicle with a BAC of .08 percent or higher can be charged with drunk driving. Additionally, it is important to know that you can be charged with a DWI even if you refuse to take a breath test. That’s because prosecutors can rely on a police officer’s observations to prove that you were under the influence of alcohol.
Although a DWI charge is serious no matter where you are charged, DWI laws differ from state to state. For example, DWI violations in New Jersey are considered traffic offenses. By contrast, a DWI or DUI violation in Pennsylvania is classified as a criminal offense.
To learn more about DWI charges in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, check out our pages devoted to the specific laws in each state:
You can also read the firm’s DWI FAQ page to get answers to frequently asked questions about drunk driving charges.
Speak with New Jersey and Pennsylvania DUI Attorneys
Do not make the mistake of trying to represent yourself in a drunk driving case. DWI law is incredibly complicated and involves a number of procedural and evidentiary issues that are simply outside the purview of most people. The experienced DWI attorneys at Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson are prepared to fight your charges and help you avoid the most serious penalties. Call us today to discuss your case over the phone, or email us to schedule a free consultation at our offices in Trenton, NJ or Bensalem, PA.