Camden City

DWI Attorneys Representing Camden City Residents in Fighting Charges

Camden City drivers are frequently stopped on suspicion of DWI. When you are stopped by an officer, you may be fearful about what happens next and uncertain about your options. The attorneys at Levow DWI Law are dedicated to defending drivers arrested for DWI in Camden City and the surrounding areas. We have substantial training and qualifications in field sobriety testing, as well as breath and blood alcohol testing, and we can quickly identify any issues associated with your stop, aggressively advocating on your behalf to get charges reduced or dismissed. Our Camden City DWI lawyers focus solely on drunk driving cases, which means that we know this area of law in depth and have experience with each of the various types of charges that the prosecution may bring. Additionally, we continue our education yearly so that we are current on new issues and laws that change within the field.

Even though driving is called a privilege, we know that it can be a vital necessity for people to maintain their jobs and continue with their day-to-day life. As a result, Evan Levow and everyone at Levow DWI Law are committed to zealously representing clients in order to protect their livelihoods by preserving their driving rights, keeping them out of jail, and otherwise limiting the impact that a DWI arrest has on their lives. Although some factors involved are similar, no DWI case is the same. Sensitive to the uniqueness of each client’s situation, we craft our defense strategy based on a detailed examination of each case, and we offer personalized representation to suit each client’s needs.

Camden City Stops and Charges

With a population of over 77,000 residents as of the 2010 United States Census, Camden is the 12th-most populous municipality in New Jersey. Unfortunately, Camden City is also often cited as one of the most dangerous cities in the country. Given this reputation, police officers are often on the lookout to make a DWI stop, sometimes as a pretext to see if a driver has an outstanding warrant. Officers must follow certain protocols when making a stop, such as having a reasonable and articulate basis to believe that a driver has violated the law. An allegation of an illegal stop is one way to challenge a DWI charge. The Camden Police Department and the New Jersey State Police have the authority to stop and arrest Camden residents for DWI offenses.

Throughout Camden County, almost 3,000 DWI citations are issued each year, which makes it the second-most cited county in the state. Camden City makes up about 25 percent of these citations. Camden residents are more likely to be stopped and charged with DWI than many other people in New Jersey, so they should be aware of their options and rights. For example, if the police failed to properly utilize the Alcotest device to test a driver’s BAC in a Camden City stop, our DWI lawyers will be able to promptly identify this problem with the prosecution’s case and try to get the charge thrown out. Drivers are entitled to an attorney once they are arrested for DWI, and you should not hesitate to exercise this right.

Once a DWI case is brought in Camden City, proceedings are held at the City of Camden Municipal Court, which is located on the fourth floor of City Hall at 520 Market Street. The courthouse is open from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm Monday through Friday, and sessions are scheduled at 8:30 am and 12:30 pm. Four judges preside over criminal cases in Camden City.

Talk to an Experienced Camden City DWI Attorney Today

Convictions for drunk driving can have serious consequences that may include a driver’s license suspension, fines, and even jail time in some cases. An aggressive defense is important to minimizing the effect of a DWI stop on your life and your loved ones. If you have been arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you should contact Levow DWI Law today to talk to a qualified and aggressive DWI attorney about your legal rights and options. You can reach us online or at (877) 593-1717.