Decades Of Experience In Fighting New Jersey DUI/DWI Charges
I am Anthony N. Palumbo, an experienced New Jersey DUI/DWI lawyer. I have more than 35 years of experience fighting for the rights of my clients. With offices in Cranford and Elizabeth, I am able to provide representation to clients throughout New Jersey.
An Example Of What I Can Do for You
I recently had a DUI case in which a young man was charged with DUI after blowing a .10% blood alcohol concentration (BAC). It was his second DUI offense. He was facing three months in jail, a two-year license suspension and thousands of dollars in fines. We went to trial, and I got him off with no jail time, $200 in fines, zero points on his license and a three-month license suspension. And this was his second DUI offense!
These are the kind of results I get for my clients. I won’t judge or lecture you on your behavior. My only concern is that you receive the results you need, and fast. Don’t wait to consult with an attorney to learn your options.
Fighting The Charges You Face
Even if you were caught drunk driving red-handed, I can still beat your DUI charge. Even if you know you’re guilty and thought the traffic stop legitimate, I can get a favorable result. In cases involving a first, a second or subsequent offense, I achieve successful results every day by challenging the collection of evidence, asserting constitutional rights and poking holes in the prosecution’s case to reduce the penalties you face. While changes to New Jersey law may reduce the chances of losing your driver’s license for an extended period of time, it is now much more common to be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle.
Everything you need to know about your DUI charge:
- Ten things to do if pulled over for DUI
- Stages of a DUI
- DUI penalties and fines
- DUI traffic stop
- Refusal to provide blood/breath sample
- First-time DUI/DWI offense
- Second-time DUI/DWI offense
- Third-time DUI/DWI offense
- Out-of-state DWI/DUI penalties and refusal charges
Whether you think you are guilty or not, never talk to the police. No matter how much an officer encourages your “cooperation,” or how insignificant the question seems, always stay quiet. Keeping quiet is harder than it sounds, but it is the one critical thing that you can do for your defense.
The Necessary Experience
When you walk into court with your DUI attorney, you want to be confident that your lawyer knows when to fight and when to bargain. As a former prosecutor with more than 35 years of experience working cases in Union County, I have solid relationships with local judges and prosecutors. When I walk into court, I am taken seriously, and I get the results that people need.
Contact An Experienced Union County DWI Defense Lawyer
Contact me, New Jersey DUI/DWI lawyer Anthony Palumbo, for a free initial consultation. We can discuss your case over the phone or in person. I will work hard and fast to put your DUI charge behind you.