Driving Under the Influence

If you find yourself to be one of the many drivers suspected of these charges, you need to contact Miller & Borgen immediately. DUI laws make it unlawful for a person to operate a car, truck, motorcycle, or commercial vehicle if the driver’s ability to safely operate the vehicle is impaired by the effects of alcohol, illegal drugs, prescribed medications such as painkillers, or even over-the-counter medications like antihistamines. In New Jersey, a driver with a blood-alcohol concentration above .08 percent is guilty of driving while intoxicated. New Jersey laws impose penalties on drunk drivers, which range from paying fines to incarceration and loss of driving privileges. In general, repeat offenders or offenders with a high blood-alcohol level are subject to more severe penalties. The lawyers at Miller & Borgen represent defendants in all types of DUI charges in New Jersey and New York, from simple DUI to “extreme” and “aggravated” DUI. In New York, a driver with a blood-alcohol concentration above the legal limit may be charged with either a misdemeanor or felony and may face a prison sentence in addition to the loss of driving privileges.

In addition, our attorneys will assist in the defense of speeding and other traffic charges. They can provide a case to avoid traffic school and challenge the placement of points on your license. Whether you are facing penalties, fines, MVC hearings, restricted permits, or a suspension of your license, he can help. Contact Miller & Borgen today for further legal assistance.

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