Monday, November 25, 2013

Did you realize that poor weather conditions may be a defense to your New Jersey DWI charge?

     The police officer’s report should indicate what the weather conditions were on the date that you were charged with a DWI.  In addition, weather reports establishing poor visibility, high winds, and other conditions can be used to explain driving behaviors or balance on the standard field sobriety tests.

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