At the Law Offices of Thomas Carroll Blauvelt, I have the experience you want fighting your New Jersey DWI and Refusal charge. I have personally had hundreds of New Jersey DWI cases dismissed and will work hard to get you similar positive results! My past legal work experience includes positions as a New Jersey Municipal Prosecutor and New Jersey Public Defender. What all this experience means is that I know both sides of the DWI law and can easily anticipate the arguments opposing counsel will make in your case.
Were you arrested and charged with a DUI/DWI or Refusal to Submit to an Alcotest? Call my office for a free consultation. Call 1-877-676-7729. Acceptable payment includes cash, check or Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover or Paypal.
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On a 1st DUI/DWI and Refusal conviction, penalties include up to 30 days in jail, $500 fine, a 90 days – 1 year loss of license, installation of an interlock device, and up to 2 days in an intoxicated driver resource center.
On a 2nd DUI/DWI, penalties include 2 to 90 days in jail, $1,000 fine, 2 year loss of license, an installation of an interlock device, and up to 2 days in an intoxicated driver resource center.
On a 3rd DUI/DWI conviction, penalties include 180 days in jail, $1,000 fine, 10 year loss of license, 1 – 3 years installation of an interlock device, and up to 2 days in an intoxicated driver resource center.
The New Brunswick Municipal Court is located at 25 Kirkpatrick St #1B, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Judges: James B. Hoebich, Philip A. Borow and Mary H. Casey
Prosecutors: Robert Adochio and Robert Goodwin
Court Schedule: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 8:45 AM, 12:30 PM and 4:45 PM
Thursday 8:45 AM and 12:30 PM
New Brunswick is located in Middlesex County in Central New Jersey. Court is currently scheduled to meet daily at Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 8:45 AM, 12:30 PM and 4:45 PM and Thursday 8:45 AM and 12:30 PM. New Brunswick is an extremely busy jurisdiction and defendants can expect longer than average wait times due to the large volume this court does. New Brunswick Municipal Court accepts checks, credit cards, money orders, and cash for payment. Time payment requests are considered on a case by case basis and must be court approved.