Types of DWI and DUI in New Jersey
The Different Types of DUI Charges You May Be Facing
When you or a loved one is charged with DWI in New Jersey, it is important to seek the counsel and representation of a local defense lawyer who is familiar with the particular circumstances of your unique case. All DWI cases are different, and it is crucial for your attorney to understand the nuances of your case.
I am John W. Tumelty, an Atlantic City DWI defense attorney. With 30 years of experience involving New Jersey criminal and traffic law, I can help you mitigate or avoid the penalties you face in a variety of unique situations, including:
- Commercial driver DWI
- Military DWI
- Out-of-state driver DWI
- Boating DWI
- Drunk driving accidents
- DWI for drugs
- DWI for marijuana
- Roadblocks and DWI charges
Contact me immediately if you or a loved one has been arrested for DWI. I am ready to work diligently on your defense. My experience as a former state prosecutor with the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office and former assistant county prosecutor with the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office can leverage many creative and effective defense tactics.
Dedicated, Reliable DWI Defense
I represent commercial truck drivers, taxi drivers, bus drivers, private car drivers, military personnel, out-of-state drivers, people charged with driving while impaired by the influence of drugs and people charged with DWI under many other circumstances. Penalties and life impacts correlated with some charges are more severe than others, and I am experienced with defending people in all types of DWI situations.
I will challenge relevant aspects of your case and represent your best interests with the highest degree of professionalism. Your rights deserve to be protected along with your driver’s license, your job, and your livelihood.
Contact My South Jersey Office Today
Call me today at 609-390-4600 to discuss your case or to schedule a free initial consultation. I can provide thorough case preparation and aggressive challenges to the state’s evidence against you.
I can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week.