Anyone charged with DWI faces strict penalties and the loss of a driver’s license. Professional drivers, however, face the potential to lose their livelihood on top of the already harsh consequences of a DWI.
At The Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver, you will find a team of experienced NJ truck driver DUI attorneys with the experience, skills and training to provide you with a strong defense and help protect your commercial driver’s license and your career from the devastating impact of a conviction.
Keep Your New Jersey DUI Charge Off Your CDL
We know you are concerned about the potential effect of a DWI on your commercial driver’s license. When we represent you on a DWI charge, we can help address your concerns about your career and provide a thorough defense to your charges.
In addition, we will provide you with a thorough and skilled defense to DWI charges. Whether the charge is your first offense or a subsequent offense, you face the potential for harsh consequences. We will:
- Review your breath test and field sobriety tests with an eye toward potential challenges to the evidence. We have defense attorneys who are certified in field sobriety testing and certified operators of the breath test machine used in New Jersey, giving us a deep understanding of how the tests work and how to effectively challenge them.
- Seek other possible defenses to your charge. We may be able to challenge the police’s reason for stopping your vehicle, for example.
However, it is important to note that if you were charged with a DWI while driving a commercial vehicle in your official capacity as a CDL driver, you face more significant penalties and a host of other issues.
We are the largest and most credentialed DWI team in the state. In addition to our extensive breath test and field sobriety test training, we have lawyers who are former prosecutors in 25 municipalities around New Jersey. Together, we have more than 100 years of experience. Schedule your free initial consultation with our law firm today at 877-450-8301. Se habla español.