Its sounds crazy but police in Irvington normally have more important things to do than look for suspected drunk drivers because the city has some of the highest crime rates in the entire state. However, like most large cities, Irvington is home to several major highways that feed into the city such as I-78, the Garden State Parkway, Rt. 124 and Rt. 509 and these highways are heavily patrolled by New Jersey State Troopers who are constantly on the look out for drivers suspected of driving while intoxicated. If you have been ticketed for DWI in Irvington, New Jersey the most important decision you will make is the attorney you choose. This is because the DUI laws in New Jersey are very strict, complicated and technical and this has made DWI defense a specialty among a small group of experienced lawyers. At Proetta & Oliver we have successfully handled hundreds of DUI charges for our clients throughout New Jersey. Moreover, the firm’s founding attorney, Will Proetta holds credentials which include being certified as an Instructor for the standard field sobriety testing used by police as well as being certified for the operation and maintenance of the Alcotest machine, New Jersey’s breathalyzer. If you would like to learn more information about how we can help you defend your DWI charges, contact us at (201) 793-8018 to speak with an experienced defense lawyer during a free initial consultation.
Arrested for Drunk Driving in Irvington NJ
If you have been arrested for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol within the city limits you will be required to appear in the Irvington Municipal Court. The Irvington Municipal Court is located at the Public Safety Building at 1 Civic Square West in Irvington, NJ 07111. The Irvington Municipal Court maintains normal business hours weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and complaints can be filed during this time before 3 p.m. The court holds sessions Monday through Friday at 9 a.m. and Monday and Wednesday evenings at 5:30 p.m. for traffic only. The Irvington Chief Judge is the Honorable Anthony R. Atwell and the court director is Terrie Yuelling. The municipal judges hears an array of different cases including criminal charges known as disorderly persons offenses, municipal ordinances, and traffic summonses such as DWI charges. If you have a question regarding your upcoming court date, you should contact the court well in advance. The court can be reached at telephone number (973) 399-6671 or 6674 and can be contacted by facsimile at (973) 399-6746. DUI offenses are arguably the most severe charges heard within municipal court and it is always recommended that you consult and retain an experienced lawyer before you appear in court so that you are properly prepared and you have someone protecting your interests. Moreover, on your day of court you should arrive earlier so you can check in on time. If you miss your court date or fail to pay fines, the court can issue a bench warrant for your arrest and suspend your driver’s license. If you would like to learn more about how we defend drunk driving charges and the penalties you can visit our DWI Practice Area or contact us at (201) 793-8018 to set up an appointment for absolutely free.
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