NJ Police Plan DWI/DUI Labor Day Crackdown

New Jersey Criminal Lawyers Schwartz Posnock

Over 100 police departments throughout New Jersey have received increased funding for the arrest and prosecution of drunk drivers and drivers under the influence of drugs throughout the state. The greater police presence begins now and continues through Labor Day weekend.

“If you’re out there driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, the odds are we’re going to stop you and arrest you,” Director of the Division of Highway Traffic Safety director Eric Heitmann said in a statement.

Last summer, during a similar initiative, NJ Police Departments arrested 1,196 people for Driving Under the Influence, issued 4,764 speeding tickets, and and ticketed 1,490 drivers for cell phone violations. Officers set up 20 DWI checkpoints throughout the state.

Municipalities sure to see an increased police presence include: Bloomfield, Dunellen, Edison, Monroe, North Brunswick, Sayreville, Allentown, Brielle, Eatontown, Howell, Middletown, Berkely, Jackson, and Union Township.

Schwartz & Posnock obtains excellent results for clients charged with NJ driving under the influence in the New Jersey Municipal Courts. We have represented individuals in Municipal Court traffic and disorderly persons offenses and municipal ordinance matters, juvenile court matters, and Superior Court indictable criminal cases, for over 35 years. We practice throughout the State of New Jersey, and have a proven track record. Please contact us in any one of our convenient locations, including our Monmouth County office, located in Eatontown (at the Jersey Shore), our Essex County office, located in Livingston, our Union County office, located in Linden, or our Middlesex County office, located in East Brunswick, to discuss your case. You may call the experienced driving under the influence, traffic ticket, and criminal defense attorneys of Schwartz & Posnock at 732-544-1460 or email us at info@schwartzposnock.com.

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