While Bloomfield may be only 5.32 square miles and rank fourth in terms of population (i.e. 47,315 residents as of 2010 Consensus), it is frequently a challenger for the top municipality in Essex County for DWI charges. The primary reasons for such a high number of DWI and DUI offenses in the municipality are the Garden State Parkway and the concentration of state police in the vicinity of Bloomfield Trooper Station at milepost 153. This translated into 245 motorists arrested in Bloomfield for driving while intoxicated and driving under the influence of drugs for the year ending June 2015. If were stopped and charged with your first offense, second offense or a third offense of drunk driving, it is in your best interests to contact our firm. Our firm, the Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta, & Oliver, is comprised of a team of defense attorneys who are former prosecutors and dual certified on the Alcotest and in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. Credentials like these are extremely rare anywhere in the state. The filing of a DUI charge is merely the start of litigation but does not mean that you are guilty of violating N.J.S.A. 39:4-50. Our DWI lawyers can launch an aggressive challenge and is frequently successful in this regard. If you would like to speak to a DUI attorney at the firm about what we can do to avoid the penalties associated with a conviction, call us at 973-733-2204 for a free consultation.
Arrested & Charged With DWI in Bloomfield, New Jersey
If you have been arrested for driving drunk in Bloomfield, the state will be doing its utmost to obtain a conviction, which can severely impact your job, your driving privileges, your finances and your freedom. The stigma of a DWI conviction also often has harsh consequences for your personal and professional life. New Jersey has rather inflexible DWI/DUI laws that impose mandatory penalties that extreme in the event you are convicted. Neither plea bargains, jury trials, nor provisional or work licenses are available in this state. Defense strategies hinge on errors and omissions on the part of law enforcement and the prosecutors.
A ticket or summons charging you with DWI/DUI will be heard in Bloomfield Municipal Court, 1 Municipal Plaza, Bloomfield, New Jersey 07003. This court is so busy that it convenes in three (3) sessions each week which occur on Tuesday & Thursday at 8:30 a.m. and on Wednesday 3:00 p.m. The Judge who oversees all proceedings is Honorable John A. Paparazzo. The telephone number for the court is 973-680-4o78. The defense of DWI offenses is much more complex than you might anticipate and, to make matters worse, the law is extremely unforgiving. A knowledgeable, seasoned attorney, intimately familiar with law is clearly the most effective way to protect yourself in this arena.
DUI Attorneys in Bloomfield NJ
Although you may feel overwhelmed by the situation you are in, our defense team can definitely turn the tide. We have the experience and specialized training that is specifically designed to allow you to succeed in defending your Bloomfield DWI offense. The members of our team hold a number of certifications in crucial areas, like Standard Field Sobriety Testing and the Alcotest, and we have a collective total of more than 100 years of experience in DUI and criminal defense. Our firm even owns an Alcotest machine to help prepare for the defense of our clients. We review the circumstances of your case from all angles, examining every facet to identify any problems or weaknesses in the state’s case. Our attorneys have dedicated many years to perfecting their skills in defending against New Jersey DWI charges. From your initial consultation to the conclusion of your case, the way your DUI lawyer handles your legal situation can have a lifelong impact. Call 973-733-2204 to meet with one of our driving under the influence defense attorneys. The Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta, & Oliver offers a real opportunity to successfully fight your charges.