New Jersey DUI Attorney Discusses DWI Motions
As an experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney, I am often asked by clients about DWI motions. There are several motions that can be filed on your behalf in the state of New Jersey if you’re charged with a DWI or DUI. A motion that would trigger a hearing to determine whether or not there was probable cause to pull you over and a motion to determine whether or not there was reasonable suspicion to place you under arrest.
Furthermore, there can be a motion that’s based on Rule 104 that would set forth whether or not there were proper procedures used in gathering up a breathalyzer test. There can be a motion that could be held to suppress blood or urine evidence if the chain of custody was not followed completely or if the blood draw was not done by someone who is certified to do so or if they drew blood from you by using an alcohol swab.
Furthermore, another motion that can be made is a motion to dismiss your case based on the State’s lack of providing discovery in a timely manner.
Do you know what the DWI motions are? Contact our experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney for advice.