Legalized Marijuana and Car Accidents

The Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) has reported that car accidents have risen by about 3% in states that have legalized marijuana. The HLDI stated that: “More drivers admit to using marijuana, and it is showing up more frequently among … Read More

NJ Supreme Court Decides State v. Robertson

On March 8, 2017, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided the case of State v. Robertson (A-58-14). In this case, the Court determined the legal principles that should apply when a defendant convicted of DWI seeks a stay of his … Read More

DWI and Minor in the Vehicle

In addition to the DWI Statute (N.J.S.A. 39:4-50), there are two additional statutes that may apply if you are accused of driving while intoxicated while a minor is in your vehicle. N.J.S.A .39:4-50.15 applies when a passenger who is 17 … Read More

Increased DWI / DUI Holiday Patrols

Various news outlets are reporting that there will be an increase in DWI/DUI enforcement during the holiday season. For example, NorthJersey.com is reporting that the Florham Park Police Department is just one of the law enforcement agencies that is increasing … Read More

Hiring a Good DWI/DUI Attorney Makes Financial Sense

Many people choose a DWI/DUI attorney simply based on the lowest price. Not only can the choice of the wrong attorney cost you your driving privileges, it can cost you more money over time. A recent article discussed the shocking … Read More

Appellate Division: No Presumption Against PTI for Indictable Driving While Suspended

On September 20, 2016, the New Jersey Appellate Division decided State v. Rizzitello (A-0536-15T2). In this case, the defendant was charged with the indictable offense of driving while suspended due to a DWI under N.J.S.A. 2C:40-26(b), which is a fourth … Read More

Alleged Record Tampering in NJ DWI Cases

On September 19, 2016, NJ.com reported that a New Jersey State Police sergeant has been charged with the third degree crime of tampering with public records and the fourth degree crime of falsifying or tampering with records. Sergeant Marc Dennis … Read More

Jason T. Komninos Appointed to NCDD Amicus Committee

Attorney Jason T. Komninos is proud to announce that he has been appointed to serve on the National College for DUI Defense Amicus Committee. The Amicus Committee regularly drafts amicus briefs for DWI/DUI appeals. NCDD briefs have been filed in … Read More

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