Brick Township is the second-largest municipality in Ocean County, and it has been voted among the top five safest cities in New Jersey each year since 2000. However, people in the area may still be pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you have been stopped on suspicion of DWI, you should immediately consult a Brick DWI lawyer. At Levow DWI Law, we can start investigating the circumstances surrounding your stop and arrest, and we can make sure that your rights are vigorously protected and asserted. Some people will mistakenly tell you that pleading guilty and putting the process behind you is the right thing to do when you get a DWI charge. Evan Levow and the team at Levow DWI Law know that there is far more that you can be done to work toward a dismissal or reduced charges. These cases can be won and we routinely win them, day in and day out.
We do not help our clients to plead guilty. That is not the type of law firm we are. Instead, we are steadfast litigators and we don't back down. We aggressively fight charges on behalf of each client, exploring every available avenue in pursuit of a favorable outcome. Since our firm is solely devoted to DWI defense, our attorneys know the nuances of the law as well as police practices and standards regarding field sobriety tests, blood and urine testing, and vehicle stops and arrests. In fact, each of our attorneys is trained and qualified in field sobriety testing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, while Evan Levow was the first lawyer in the state of New Jersey to be certified as a field sobriety testing instructor. Levow DWI Law is dedicated to providing personalized, zealous, and knowledgeable representation to people looking for a DWI attorney in the Brick area.Know Your Legal Rights Following a DWI Arrest
Brick Township has a population of over 75,000 people, as of the 2010 U.S. Census. It contains 318 miles of roadways, including portions of State Routes 70, 88, and 35, in addition to the Garden State Parkway. With several major roads in the area, DWI stops are not uncommon. Knowing your rights during and after getting pulled over is critical. For example, although you do not have a right to an attorney at the time of your stop, or even during processing at the station, you are entitled to counsel once you are placed under arrest. At that time, the officer must also advise you of certain constitutional rights. These are commonly known as Miranda warnings, and they include the right to remain silent.
Our Brick DWI attorneys can represent you in appearances at the Brick Township Municipal Court, located in the Municipal Building at 401 Chambers Bridge Road, Brick, New Jersey, 08723. Nearly 20,000 filings are processed at Brick Township Municipal Court each year, including not only DWI cases but also traffic violations, drug cases, and domestic violence cases. Although DWI charges are classified as motor vehicle violations, instead of crimes, New Jersey imposes strict penalties for these offenses and does not allow for any plea deals. As a result, if you choose not to fight your charge, you may face consequences such as a mandatory license suspension and significant fines. This can wreak havoc on your ability to go to work or school, among other aspects of daily life. A conviction for a second or third DWI can lead to even harsher penalties. This is why you should not just plead guilty but instead should get an experienced legal professional in your corner who has successfully handled thousands of these cases.Consult a Seasoned DWI Lawyer in Brick
If you have been arrested and charged with DWI in Brick Township, every hour counts in putting together your defense. The attorneys at Levow DWI Law are ready to fight for you at every step of the way. Let us take the stress off your shoulders by aggressively and efficiently dealing with your charge. Contact Levow DWI Law online or at (877) 593-1717 today to get started on protecting your freedom and your future.