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It can happen to anyone. After a long and exhausting week of work with friends, you go out to have some fun and decompress. One drink turns into two. Two turns into three. When things finally wind down and everyone parts ways for the night, you tell yourself how the drive back to your place is not far at all and that you have done it countless times – even that you could do it with your eyes closed. On top of this, you feel you have control of your facilities despite drinking a little more than you should or normally would.
Despite letting loose and drinking this much not being something you would usually do, all it takes is getting snagged by a police officer once with too high a blood alcohol count – even a hair over the limit – to potentially change everything.
Are you in a position to be able to represent yourself in court? This reality is bigger than time and money – challenging as these things are in and of themselves – but also in terms of fluency in the language of the court. Being able to navigate this world is absolutely critical to having charges reduced, retaining your license, and continuing to enjoy your life or maintain employment and provide for your family.
If you are in this situation or one similar where you face a DUI, do you know where to turn? Knowing where to turn and promptly making that turn could be the single most critical thing you can do to set yourself on the track to recovery. There is too much on the line to go without a dedicated DUI convictions attorney at your side.
Jason D'Aniello of JSD Legal is a DUI defense lawyer based in East Windsor, NJ, who draws on his near-decade of experience to bring legal services throughout Middlesex County, NJ. Whether you are in need of a first-offense DUI attorney or a DUI criminal defense attorney, Jason D'Aniello of JSD Legal is ready to deliver the results you need in court and prevent your life from spiraling out of control.
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