DUI/DWI Lawyer Serving Passaic County, Bergen County And All Of New Jersey

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Even a first conviction for driving under the influence (DUI/DWI) can have significant implications. Depending upon the facts of the case and the skill of the defense lawyer, the individual may be in danger of jail time, the suspension of his or her driver's license, fines, and a permanent blemish on his or her criminal record.

Miles Feinstein, Esq., is a Passaic County DUI/DWI attorney with 45 years of criminal law experience. He lectures widely on drunk driving defense techniques and other criminal defense topics, and he has established a highly respected reputation as one of the foremost criminal defense lawyers in Passaic County and the surrounding areas.

Drunk Driving Defense Attorney Serving Bergen And Passaic Counties And Beyond

Mr. Feinstein's vast knowledge of the criminal system and DUI/DWI procedure is a considerable benefit to individuals accused of this offense. In a one-on-one consultation, Mr. Feinstein will thoroughly assess the strengths and weaknesses of the case and develop a detailed strategy for exploiting any faults in the prosecution's case.

Such faults may include an illegal traffic stop by law enforcement, a standardized field sobriety test that was incorrectly performed, contaminated or inaccurate Alcotest or drug test results, and more. Many times, finding such a flaw in the prosecution's evidence or actions can provide leverage for getting the DUI/DWI charge reduced or dismissed altogether.

To speak with New Jersey criminal defense lawyer Miles Feinstein, Esq., please call his Clifton office locally at 973-307-0549 or toll free at 800-235-3125, or contact him by email.

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