What is the significance of blood alcohol level in New Jersey?

In New Jersey, the prime factor determining your legal exposure in a DUI case is your blood alcohol level. If your level is under 0.08, it is not a per se violation under NJ DWI statutes; however, you can still be liable, depending on things like your driving behavior, your performance on a field sobriety […]

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What are the penalties for third or subsequent DUI offense for New Jersey?

The minimum penalty for a third or greater DUI conviction in NJ is 6 months in jail, 10 year loss of license, time in the intoxicated driver resource center, and fines and penalties 90 days of the jail sentence and be spent in an in-patient treatment program, but you must have that in place before […]

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What are the penalties for first offense DUI in New Jersey?

The penalties for drunk driving (DUI) in New Jersey depend on your blood alcohol level If your blood alcohol level is between 0.08 and 0.10 and you are convicted, the penalties include 90 day loss of license, participation at the intoxicated driver resource center, an evaluation, several fines and penalties, and a New Jersey motor […]

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