Englewood Municipal Court
73 S. Van Brunt St.
Englewood, NJ 07631
Englewood is located in Bergen, NJ with a population of over 27,100 people.
Are you scheduled to appear at the Englewood Municipal Court and are in need of an experienced Englewood DUI attorney?
When choosing a DWI Attorney or Traffic Ticket Lawyer for the Englewood Municipal Court, it is important to choose an experienced Englewood DUI attorney. Carl Spector is a dedicated criminal defense lawyer, and a former New Jersey Municipal Prosecutor that offers effective legal services to residents in Englewood.
Englewood DUI attorney Carl Spector has over 27 years of experience and has handled well over 1000 DUI Cases . We can help clients at the Englewood Municipal Court involving, DWI Charges, Traffic Violations, Theft, Drug Possession, Assault, Juvenile Crimes and more. Contact us today for a free confidential consultation.
What will happen if I’m Charged with a Third DUI in Englewood, NJ?
In New Jersey, a third-offense DUI or even a subsequent DUI after a third offense is still a traffic infraction. However, if you’re found guilty or plead guilty to a third offense or subsequent offense DWI in Englewood or any other city in the state of New Jersey, then jail time is required. The jail time is 180 days, which is 6 months, 90 days of which, 3 months, can be served in a residential treatment facility, but those arrangements must be made before the case is resolved.
How Should I Choose an Englewood DUI Attorney?
If you’re charged with a DUI in Englewood, it’s a traffic infraction, and many people believe that simply because it’s a traffic infraction they can represent themselves. DUIs in the state of New Jersey are complex. There is a lot of law that surrounds the cases, and there are a lot of defenses that can be raised.
There are also negotiations that can take place between the attorney and the prosecutor, so to represent yourself would be foolish. There’s a lot of knowledge and experience that goes into representing somebody for a DUI in the state.
Can I Refuse a Breathalyzer in Englewood, NJ?
If you’re charged with a DUI in Englewood, NJ and there is a refusal summons that is given to you, it’s important to try to communicate with your attorney with regard to the circumstances of the refusal. For instance, you might have agreed to take the breath test but you provided samples that were insufficient and therefore charged with refusal, or you might have been charged with refusal and not been read the required statement. If you weren’t read the required statement, that is a true defense to the charge of refusal. It’s important that you contact an experienced Englewood DUI attorney to discuss those matters.