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 driving while suspended third offense; Result: Defendant pled guilty to the Parking Adjudication Act (39:3-40(i)).
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 3 counts of misdemeanor DWI, second offenses; Results: guilty to DWI, minimum fines, 90 day suspension of driving privileges, no probation.
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 charged with possession of CDS as to motor vehicle; Results: Dismissed with prejudice.
Defendant accused of a third cell phone offense within ten years; Result: as a first offender with minimum fines.
Defendant accused of leaving the scene of an accident, failure to report, careless driving and unlicensed driver; Result: guilty plea with only failure to report with minimum fines.
Defendant accused of DWI, careless driving, speeding, DWI school zone and refusal. Result: Defendant pled guilty to DWI and careless driving. Dismissal of refusal, minimum fines and penalties.
Defendant accused of unregistered vehicle, driving with no insurance, and two counts of driving while suspended based on no liability insurance; Result: dismissal of all violations and no costs imposed by the Court.
Defendant charged with DWI, unsafe lane change and reckless driving; Results: Guilty to reckless driving with a ninety (90) day suspension, DWI and unsafe lane change dismissed.