New Jersey DUI Attorney Discusses the Glove Box Defense
In New Jersey when you’re charged with a DWI, there are many defenses against it. One is colloquially called a glove box defense. This is where someone has alcohol with them, drove to a location (maybe a park) and consumed alcohol but didn’t operate their motor vehicle. It can be established through the surrounding circumstances that the police came upon you after you had consumed the alcohol but before you operated the motor vehicle. While that’s not a common set of circumstances, it is something that should be considered by your New Jersey DUI Attorney if it’s true.
Have you been charged for DUI in New Jersey, but you were not operating a motor vehicle? Contact experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney Carl Spector for advice.