Driving a vehicle with an open container of alcohol is a serious offense which is usually associated with other traffic offenses. It is important to retain competent legal counsel to defend every aspect of this case.
Defendant accused of CDS second offense, careless driving and failure to possess driver’s license; Result: Defendant pled to wondering and unsafe operation. All of the charges dismissed.
Defendant charged with failure to possess driver’s license, possession of CDS and careless driving; Result: Pled guilty to wondering and unsafe operation. No license suspension.
Defendant charged with careless driving, speeding 85 mph in a 50 mph zone and failure to keep right; Result: pled guilty to unsafe operation, fine only, no points. All charges dismissed.
Defendant charged with shoplifting and a disorderly persons offense; Results: Dismissed with prejudice, no fines and penalties.
New York driver accused of alcohol interlock device violation; Results: Dismissed, no costs.
Defendant was accused with two counts of driving while suspended, unregistered vehicle and failure to produce license; Result: guilty plea to expired registration and failure to present documentation only. All remaining summonses dismissed.
Defendant charged with possession of CDS and improper lane change; Results: conditional discharge as to CDS and unsafe operation as to improper lane change.
Defendant accused of careless driving, reckless driving, improper passing, cell phone and unsafe lane change; Result: Plea to unsafe operation, with minimum fines only.
Defendant accused of speeding and third DWI. Third DWI within 10 years of the second; Result: Defendant sentenced to 180 days in county jail; Result: On Appeal to Superior Court for PCR application under Laurick the Law Division Judge granted the PCR relief with only a 90 day jail sentence, no additional fines or penalties.
Defendant accuses of 3rd Degree Theft of Services (N.J.S. : 2C:20-3A ) (second offense) indited; Result: Plea of guilty, extended probation, non-custodial.