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A strong defense for underage DUI charges

Consumption of alcohol by a person under the age of 21 is always illegal. If an individual under the age of 21 faces charges of underage drinking and driving, the repercussions can be quite serious. If charged with underage DUI in New Jersey or New York, it is critical to respond with a strong defense.

DUI charges can have long-term consequences

Drunk driving is treated very aggressively in New Jersey. Under New Jersey state law a person who operates a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content level of 0.08 percent or greater is considered to be driving while intoxicated. Being found guilty of a drunk driving charge in New Jersey is a serious crime that carries penalties including community service, probation, monetary fines and fees, mandatory license suspension and possible jail time.

Jersey City man arrested for DUI after crashing into police truck

When it comes to alcohol and driving, a momentary lapse in judgment can sometimes result in severe penalties. People who have been charged with DUI can best protect their own rights by turning to a legal advisor who can make sure the full burden of proof lies squarely on the prosecution. That kind of representation is likely what a Jersey City man will need after he crashed his vehicle into a police truck.

Athlete sues police after false DUI arrest ruins baseball hopes

As New Jersey readers are probably aware, a DUI arrest can have a significant impact on a person's life. A conviction for drunken driving can result in steep fines, mandatory participation in a treatment program, and jail time, depending on the circumstances.

Should the justice system address addiction and other illnesses?

DUI charges aren't uncommon in New Jersey or anywhere else in the U.S. When a person is pulled over for drunk driving, it's usually the case that they have either made a bad decision, or that the officer has made a mistake and the driver is found not guilty. A recent DUI charge clearly indicates that the defendant involved needs help.

Tongue stud leads to reduced charges in New Jersey DUI case

As most New Jersey drivers are aware, .08 is the legal blood alcohol limit for intoxication, as registered by the Breathalyzer test. Any amount over .08 could result in a drunk driving arrest. A DUI can result in fines, jail time, loss of driver's license, enrollment in required alcohol awareness classes, and more.

Bobby Brown charged with DUI, misdemeanors

New Jersey drivers might do well to take a lesson from bad boy celebrity Bobby Brown. The R&B singer was charged with three misdemeanors this week following his arrest after a routine traffic stop. According to The Huffington Post, Brown was pulled over when he was seen talking on a cell phone, sans a hands free unit.

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