Hudson County DUI Lawyer
Charged with DUI in Hudson County? DWI Defense lawyer Scott Gorman Can Help
If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Hudson County, you need experienced legal representation. You are facing severe penalties, and state prosecutors will be fighting to convict you. You need to fight back by all means available, and you need a Hudson County DUI lawyer who has a proven record of securing favorable results in New Jersey’s municipal courts.
Scott Gorman has been helping clients avoid severe penalties due to DUI convictions for more than a decade. If you need to fight for your freedom and your future – and, if you have been charged with DUI or DWI in New Jersey, you do – you need Scott Gorman on your side. You need a Hudson County criminal lawyer who knows how to use the law to your advantage, and you need a lawyer who is willing to do what it takes to help you avoid unnecessary consequences.
What Do You Need to Know if You are Facing a DWI Charge in Hudson County?
1. There are Several Costly Mistakes You Need to Avoid.
There are mistakes you need to avoid during and after your DUI arrest. Not only can these mistakes make it more difficult to avoid a conviction and harsh sentencing. But in some cases, they can lead to additional charges.
2. DUI/DWI Convictions are Not Eligible for Expungement.
In New Jersey, DUI/DWI convictions are not eligible for expungement. Why is this important now? Because it underscores just how critical it is to fight your charge by all means available. A DUI/DWI conviction can stay on your record indefinitely and, if you get arrested for drunk driving again within the next 10 years, you will be sentenced as a repeat offender.
3. New Jersey Imposes Severe Penalties for DWI.
All drunk driving charges carry the potential for jail time in Hudson County. Even if you are able to avoid jail time, you could still be sentenced to fines, surcharges, community service, alcohol education, mandatory installation and use of an ignition interlock device and a long-term driver’s license suspension.
4. You Can Be Convicted Even if the Prosecution Cannot Prove You Were Driving with a BAC Above 0.08 Percent.
While challenging the validity of your breath or blood test results can be an effective defense strategy in many cases, you can still be convicted even if the prosecution cannot prove that your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was above the legal limit.
5. There are Several Ways an Experienced Hudson County DUI Lawyer Can Help with Your Case.
From helping you avoid costly mistakes to helping you present an effective defense strategy, there are several ways that an experienced defense lawyer can help with your DUI case in Hudson County. Contact us to learn more about what defense lawyer Scott Gorman can do for you.
Request a Free Initial Consultation With a Hudson County DUI Lawyer Now
To request a free initial consultation with Hudson County DUI lawyer Scott Gorman, please call 201-489-9199 or contact us online. We will schedule your appointment as soon as possible.