New Jersey DUI Attorney Discusses the Process of a DWI Trial
As an experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney, I am often asked about the DWI trial process. Not every case in New Jersey where a person is charged with DWI or DUI goes to trial. In fact, it’s probably 95% of the cases that don’t. However, it is important that you understand that you have the right to go to trial. If you do go to trial, you’re presumed innocent, and if you do go to trial, the state must prove each and every element beyond a reasonable doubt.
It’s also important to know that everything that the police officer said in his or her report will be testified to. However, you have the right, through your New Jersey DUI Attorney, to cross examine that police officer. You also have the right to testify, but you’re not under any obligation, and if you don’t testify it can’t be held against you.
Do you want to take your DWI conviction to court? Contact experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney Carl Spector to fight for you.