Representing Clients Charged with DWI/DUI
The consequences of a DWI / DUI conviction can be life altering. The fines due to a conviction create a serious financial burden, and the loss of your driver’s license could jeopardize your employment. Due to the severe fines and penalties, it is imperative that you contact an experienced DWI / DUI attorney such as the Rubas Law Offices.
What Is A DWI / DUI? And Are You Required to Take a Blood Alcohol Test?
DWI / DUI stands for driving while impaired / driving under the influence. In New Jersey, a person who is charged with a DWI is considered impaired when their blood alcohol content (BAC) measures at .08% or above. A person is considered DUI when they are impaired and driving under the influence of drugs. A person's BAC is most often determined with a machine that measures the alcohol content based on a person's breath called the Alcotest. Breath tests are usually performed at the police station after a driver is stopped in their motor vehicle; however, the police may, at times, seek to conduct blood or urine tests at the municipal detention facility.
Was the Stop Lawful in the First Place? Our DWI Defense Experience
Michael Peter Rubas has been a practicing attorney for almost 20 years. He has extensive experience in a wide variety of criminal cases, including DWI / DUIs. Mr. Rubas knows that a number of issues can arise during the course of a DWI arrest and booking that can make the case vulnerable to attack. Some problems that regularly occur are unlawful stops by the police, illegal searches of vehicles, and improperly administered sobriety tests. Mr. Rubas has even received education and training in the proper operation of the Alcotest machine, in order to better understand the problems that can occur with the operation of the machine in the administration of the breath tests.
If you or someone you know has been charged with a DWI, do not hesitate to contact our office. Mr. Rubas will meet with you personally to help assess your situation. Together, you can discuss the options available to you and how best to proceed. Mr. Rubas' experience and knowledge will help you navigate the intricate workings of the legal system.
Certified Criminal Trial Attorney Michael Rubas regularly appears and successfully represents clients in the New Jersey Courts on all DUI and DWI matters.
Michael Rubas has a Monmouth County office in Spring Lake Heights 732-820-4332 that serves clients at the Jersey Shore including, but not limited to, the municipalities of Asbury Park, Avon by the Sea, Bay Head, Belmar, Brielle, Belmar, Bradley Beach, Deal, Manasquan, Neptune, Point Pleasant, Sea Girt, Spring Lake, and Wall as well as all Ocean County municipalities. The Jersey City office 201-448-9866 serves clients in all Northern New Jersey Municipal Courts.