Law enforcement officers are supposed to follow a set protocol when collecting a urine sample. Sometimes, that protocol is not followed by the police. If the specified protocol is not followed, then an experienced and knowledgeable NJ DWI Defense Attorney can file a motion with the court to have the results suppressed; which means that the results are excluded from being given to the Municipal Court Judge.
So, if your attorney tells you to plead guilty only because there is a urine test that indicates the presence of alcohol or drugs, you may want to consider another attorney; one that will fight for you and dig deeper into the discovery.
If you just want to plead guilty to your NJ DWI, then please do not call my office. If you want to fight your New Jersey DWI charge, then call my office today, at (856) 745-1765 for a free initial case evaluation. Or, if you e-mail me at email@example.com, I will send you an actual Court Order dismissing a DWI case against a client of mine. (Of course, the name of the client is redacted to protect privacy.)