Lyndhurst Municipal Court
367 Valley Brook Ave.
Lyndhurst, NJ 07071
(201) 804-2457 ext. 231
Lyndhurst is located in Bergen, NJ with a population of over 20,500 people.
Are you scheduled to appear at the Lyndhurst Municipal Court and are in need of an experienced Lyndhurst DUI lawyer?
When choosing a DWI Attorney or Traffic Ticket Lawyer for the Lyndhurst Municipal Court, it is important to choose an experienced Lyndhurst DUI lawyer. Carl Spector is a dedicated criminal defense attorney, and a former New Jersey Municipal Prosecutor that offers effective legal services to residents in Lyndhurst.
Lyndhurst DUI lawyer Carl Spector has over 27 years of experience and has handled well over 1000 DUI Cases . We can help clients at the Lyndhurst Municipal Court involving, DWI Charges, Traffic Violations, Theft, Drug Possession, Assault, Juvenile Crimes and more. Contact us today for a free confidential consultation.
How Can I Defend a DUI in Lyndhurst, NJ?
There are many ways to defend a DUI in Lyndhurst, NJ. It all comes down to the facts of your case. There are many situations where a competent and experienced Lyndhurst DUI lawyer can use the facts of your case to your advantage, because it simply is to your advantage.
Remember, if you’re charged with a DUI in the state of New Jersey, you’re presumed innocent. The state must prove each and every element beyond a reasonable doubt. However, there are also many defenses that you can interpose into your case, and that’s where an experienced attorney comes into play.
I Was Charged with a Second DUI in Lyndhurst, What will Happen?
What’s important to understand about a DWI second offense in New Jersey is that if you are found guilty or plead guilty, there is jail time involved, a minimum of 2 days, which can be served in the Intoxicated Driver Resource Center, or as much as 90 days. It’s very critical that you reach out to a Lyndhurst DUI attorney that understands the law on DUIs.
What Should I Do if I Was Charged with a DUI After Causing an Accident in Lyndhurst, NJ?
If you’ve gotten charged with a DUI, and you had the unfortunate instance of having an accident at the same time, an accident could be an aggravating factor. It all depends on the circumstances of the accident. Unfortunately, prosecutors and judges in Lyndhurst view accidents in DUI cases as ordinarily the fault of the person who is charged with the DUI, but that’s not always the case.
What I like to do is sit down with the client, go over the facts, look at the accident report, and very often, even the accident report has it wrong. Oftentimes, the Lyndhurst officer is not at the scene of the accident so they will get the information secondhand, usually from the other driver, and is busy with you, processing you on an arrest. What I like to do is sit down with the client, go over the facts, and figure out what type of mitigating factors can go into the case so that we can try to negate the unfortunate effects of an accident involving a DUI.