New Jersey DUI Attorney Discusses Getting Charged for a DWI in a Vehicle that Wasn’t Moving
As an experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney I will occasionally deal with a situation where a college student was charged with a DWI even though the car they were driving wasn’t moving. I recently got a call from a student at Kean University here in New Jersey and they were charged with a DWI. They had indicated to me that they had not been moving in the car although they were behind the wheel of the car at the time. It was parked in a lot. They were wondering whether or not that was possible and whether that was a defendable case. Once I went over the facts of the case with that particular individual, I determined that they had a reasonable defense to the operation. However, being behind the wheel of a vehicle may make you responsible for a DWI so make sure you speak to a competent attorney.
Are you a college student who has recently been charged with a DWI even though the vehicle you were driving was not moving? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney Carl Spector.