Underage drinking and driving is a serious offense which carries with it mandatory periods of suspension of driving privileges. Depending on the level of the breathalyzer reading, an underage drinker/driver may be sentenced as an adult.
Defendant accused of theft; Result: Plea to ordinance violation minimal fines and court costs.
Defendant accused of DWI and unsafe lane change; Result: Defendant pled guilty to unsafe driving. DWI dismissed with prejudice.
Defendant charged with underage drinking; Result: Guilty plea to ordinance violation with minimal fine, no loss of driving privileges.
Defendant accused of DWI, refusal to take the breath test, reckless driving and unsafe lane change; Result: guilty plea to a 1St tier DWI only with minimum fines.
Defendant accused of leaving the scene involving damage to two vehicles; failure to report careless driving, and equipment violation; Result: dismissal of failure to report and leaving the scene, with minimum fines for careless driving and equipment violation.
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.
Defendant accused of underage possession of alcohol, unsafe driving and failure to exhibit documents; Result: Defendant pled guilty for failure to exhibit documents and ordinance violation.
Defendant accused of 3rd DWI, speeding, failure to observe traffic lane and failure to exhibit documents; Result: sentence as a second DWI defense with minimum fines and penalties, all other summonses dismissed.
Defendant accused of a third cell phone offense within ten years; Result: as a first offender with minimum fines.
Defendant charged with driving while suspended and unregistered vehicle; Results: Parking adjudication only.