Monmouth County DWI Lawyer

If you have been arrested for driving while intoxicated in Monmouth County, you need to call Carmine R. Villani, Esquire, immediately.  Mr. Villani is ready to answer your questions about this serious charge.

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Villani & DeLuca partner Carmine R. Villani has years of experience both defending and prosecuting DWI charges in Monmouth County, NJ.  Carmine R. Villani, Esquire will thoroughly evaluate the unique facts and circumstances of your matter in formulating a defense for your case.  No drunk driving offense has the exact same set of circumstances.  Mr. Villani will take the time to discuss with you the following:

  • The circumstances that allowed the police to pull over your vehicle
  • The tests that the police conducted to determine if you were intoxicated
  • The results of the breathalyzer, Alcotest, or blood test
  • The fines and penalties that you may be sentenced to
  • The loss of your driver’s license
  • The installation of an interlock device on your vehicle
  • The possibility of being sentenced to jail
  • The use of expert witnesses in defending your case

The DWI laws in New Jersey continue to change.  The State Legislature and the Courts in New Jersey are constantly amending and interpreting the laws regarding drunk driving. The DWI lawyers at Villani & DeLuca are aware of these recent changes and will thoroughly analyze your matter based on the current law.

You need an experienced DWI lawyer to protect your rights.  CALL (732) 276-1240 NOW!!!  

Some of the more recent changes to the driving while intoxicated laws in New Jersey include the installation of an interlock ignition device for first time offenders and amended procedures regarding the breath testing device used by law enforcement.

In 2010, the acting-governor signed into law amendments to the driving while intoxicated laws.  These amendments require that first offenders and those convicted of a refusal to submit to a chemical test be subject to the installation of an interlock ignition device in their vehicle.  Use of the interlock ignition device will be mandatory for offenders of the refusal law and for those offenders with a blood alcohol level of 0.15% or greater.

Additionally, the courts of New Jersey have made various rulings regarding the Alcotest device.  The Alcotest is the current chemical test that is being used by law enforcement officers in New Jersey to determine a driver’s blood alcohol concentration.  Law enforcement officers must follow a strict procedure in conducting the Alcotest.  As an experienced DWI attorney in New Jersey, Carmine R. Villani, Esquire is trained and familiar with these procedures.  Mr. Villani will thoroughly review the police reports and discovery documents in your matter to determine if the law enforcement officers complied with the procedural requirements to allow for the admission of your Alcotest results.

If you are facing a DWI or refusal charge in a Monmouth County town, contact our office to set up a free consultation with an experienced DWI lawyer.  CALL (732) 276-1240 NOW!!!