Even affluent municipalities have their share of DWI charges and Randolph is a perfect example. Lieutenant William Harzula and the members of the Patrol Division work round-the-clock to identify DUI suspects and this resulted in 81 motorists being arrested for DUI in the last twelve months. If you have been charged with driving while intoxicated/under the influence of drugs in the town, there are a few things that you absolutely need to know. The first thing is that the law imposes penalties that include a mandatory license suspension without any possibility for a work license or other means of driving legally if you are found guilty. The second thing you should know is that there is no ability to reduce or dismiss your 39:4-50 offense unless you have a legitimate legal basis. A skilled attorney is therefore an absolute must if you are interested in maintaining your privilege to drive, avoiding jail for a second or third offense, and other consequences.
At Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver, we can offer you an exceptional level of experience and training in DWI defense. Mr. Marshall, Mr. Bonus and Mr. Proetta all hold certification as instructors in standardized field sobriety testing, a credential shared by less than 5 other lawyers in the state and none that we know of in Morris County. Several of the attorneys are also certified on the Draeger Alcotest 7110 Evidential (i.e. breathalyzer) and are former DUI prosecutors. A Randolph DWI attorney on our team is prepared to dissect the case against you and formulate a comprehensive plan for a successful outcome of your matter. You may call 973-309-7050 or email us online to secure immediate assistance. The consultation is free of charge.
DWI Charges in Randolph NJ
There are 19.62 miles of roadway in Randolph in which its thirty-six (36) full-time police officers may encounter a drunken driver. The highest number of individuals stopped for DWI in Randolph is along New Jersey Route 10 and Sussex Turnpike. All drunk driving tickets end up at the Randolph Municipal Court which is located 502 Millbrook Avenue, Randolph, NJ 07869. Judge Ira Cohen conducts court every Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. with Matthew Petracca, Esq., serving as the prosecutor. The four (4) member staff and Court Administrator, Christine Hopler, can be reached at 973-989-7054 during regular business hours. Requests for adjournments and other daily administrative matters are the responsibility of Ms. Hopler. If you cannot appear at a hearing, including an initial arraignment, you must obtain a waiver/adjournment or a warrant shall be issued for your arrest. It is therefore imperative that you take all court dates seriously and hire an attorney if at all possible. For further information regarding Randolph Municipal Court click here.
DUI Lawyer in Randolph Township
There truth is that NJ Law eliminates any leniency as it related to drinking and driving. You must mount a potent defense if you want to make any headway in fighting this offense. An imperative component to this mission is the services of a skilled lawyer. Our Morristown firm can provide exactly what you need in this regard with a staff of 8 attorneys possessing well over 100 years of combined experience. To speak to an attorney on our staff, call us anytime 24/7 at 973-309-7050 for the guidance you deserve. We welcome the opportunity to help you.