Is a DWI a Serious Offense?
Seasoned New Jersey DUI Defense Attorney
If you have been charged with a DWI/DUI, contact the Law Offices of Christopher L. Baxter immediately. Not only do DWIs have hefty penalties, but they can also ruin your driving record and increase your car insurance premiums for an extended period of time. Our DWI defense lawyer in New Jersey has defended more than 3,200 clients in over 30 years. Trust our team’s experience and knowledge to help you get through this stressful time.
DWIs/DUIs carry severe, life-long consequences, including:
DWI convictions CANNOT be expunged from your record – – there will be a PERMANENT CONVICTION RECORD if you cannot defend your case
If you are found guilty of DWI, you may suffer a MANDATORY driver’s license loss of up to 6 months for the first offense; 2 years for a second offense; and 10 years for a third offense
If convicted, you will have to pay fines, costs, and surcharges to the Division of Motor Vehicles in excess of $6,000-7,000. Your insurance company could DOUBLE your rates for 3 years or possibly DROP your coverage.
If you need your driver’s license for your job, a conviction could jeopardize your continued employment
You could face possible JAIL TIME if you are convicted of DWI
Our consults are free for all potential clients. Call 856-235-9881 to receive valuable advice from our skilled attorney,
Regardless of the Circumstances
As a 2015 Clients’ Choice award recipient with a *10.0 Superb Avvo Rating, Attorney Baxter has demonstrated his ability to secure favorable outcomes on behalf of our clients, no matter how complex the situation may be. Although you may be worried about what the future holds, you do not have to work through this time on your own. We stand ready to relentlessly defend you from your initial consultation until the resolution of your case.
How We Set The Bar For DWI Defense
Reasonable Rates & Payment Plan Options
More Than 3,200 DWI Cases Handled
Experience from Both Sides of the Courtroom
Available 24/7 to Assist Our Clients
Trained in the Use of Alcotest Breath Testing Instruments