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VIDEO: What is the Implied Consent Law When Pulled Over For a DUI?

Author Clark & Noonan, LLC
Posted June 16, 2017
Category DUI/DWI Defense

Wall New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorneys serving Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County and all surrounding NJ areas.

Posted: August 17, 2016

The actions you take or don’t take when pulled over for a DUI will have a profound impact on your DUI/DWI criminal defense case. If you have been drinking, you may think that refusing a breathalyzer is a good idea, but this can result in added offenses. New Jersey has an “Implied Consent” law, which means if a police officer had probable cause to pull you over for drunk driving, then you are required to take the breath test.

Our attorney, Michael Noonan, can help you reach the best possible outcome for your DUI or DWI charge. Call our office in New Jersey today at 732-333-3011 to schedule your consultation. The law offices of Clark & Noonan, LLC serve clients in New Jersey including Freehold, Essex, Hudson and Monmouth County.

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