Jef Henninger, Esq. — Here to Fight for You
To speak to a team of experienced DWI attorneys, call 732-773-2768.
A DWI in New Jersey is considered a serious offense and results in substantial consequences. This sort of crime not only places Most people assume that once the arrest is made, there’s no chance of getting away from fines or prison time. The reality is there are a number of solid defenses used to drop charges and dismiss cases altogether. Here at the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., we work aggressively to fight the prosecution on every front of their DWI case and to protect our clients’ rights.
As a team of experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorneys, our number one priority is obtaining the best possible outcome for our clients. We fight for real people with real problems and we want you to know that you’re not alone in this fight. While other attorneys take your money to walk you through a guilty plea, we actually fight the prosecution and stand by you throughout the entire DWI process. Anyone can plead guilty, but you can’t fight the government on your own.
DWI cases tend to seem black or white. In the government’s eyes, you were either drinking and are guilty or you were not drinking and driving and you are not guilty. With this in mind, many people think that contesting a DWI not only isn’t worth it but also isn’t possible.
This is completely false.
The procedure of a DWI charge in New Jersey is complicated and must be followed strictly to legally convict someone. If any part of the process is conducted incorrectly, unfairly, or blatantly illegally, there is room for an aggressive attorney to swoop in and have the charges dropped. If there was anything suspicious about the initial stop by the police, the sobriety testing procedures, or the arrest itself, you have a very good chance of getting your charges reduced or dropped.
Many lawyers operate under the assumption that a DWI charge is nearly impossible to defend against. This is simply not the case. While prosecutors are much more reluctant to drop or reduce DWI charges, there are many ways in which an individual can defend against a DWI charge. There are various ways in which a DWI charge can be challenged including questioning the legality of the initial stop, using video evidence that contradicts the officer, and finding flaws in the execution of the field sobriety and breath tests.
The chance of success in any DWI case rests in the details. If you are facing a DWI and need free consultation, contact the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq. as soon as possible at 732-773-2768. Unlike other firms who take your money while you plead guilty, we fight aggressively to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients. Our practice is statewide, so no matter where you are in New Jersey, we’ll be there to provide the defense you need.
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