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

Jason T. Komninos Attends NCDD Summer Session

Attorney Jason T. Komninos is proud to announce that he has completed the National College for DUI Defense 2016 Summer Session held at Harvard Law School. The Summer Session consisted of three days of advanced DWI/DUI training and featured some … Read More

Appellate Division Rules Police Station Video is Discoverable

On May 2, 2016, the Appellate Division of New Jersey decided State v. Miraj Patel (Docket No. A-1683-14T3). In this case, the defendant was charged with DWI (39:4-50) and his attorney requested a copy of the video from the police … Read More

What is New Jersey’s Implied Consent Law?

posted in: Blog | 0

Many people make the mistake of thinking that they have a Fourth Amendment right against providing breath samples if arrested for DWI. In New Jersey, this is simply not true. New Jersey has something called the implied consent law. 39:4-50.2(a) … Read More

Governor Conditionally Vetoes DWI Interlock Bill

posted in: Blog | 0

Many people having been talking about the pending legislation that would have allowed many first time DWI offenders to install the Interlock device in their car in lieu of a lengthy period of license suspension. I personally believe that the … Read More