Results: DUI

State v. A.F. (2015):  DUI and Refusal (Second Offense)

After cross-examining the arresting officer at trial, the State dismissed the DUI and Refusal charges against our client.  Our client was facing a 4-year license suspension, installation of the ignition interlock device, and

 

State v. D.D. (2015):  DUI (Third Offense – 0.16 BAC Reading)

After filing a motion to suppress the motor vehicle stop as unconstitutional, we successfully negotiated plea to Reckless Driving.  Our client agreed to a 9-month loss of license rather than the required 10-year loss on a third DUI offense and did not have to serve any jail time.

 

State v. J.T. (2014):  DUI (Third Offense – 0.16 BAC Reading/Motor Vehicle Accident)

After filing a motion to suppress our client’s arrest due to a lack of probable cause and a motion to suppress the Alcotest reading, the State dismissed the DUI, saving our client from 180 days in jail, 10 years of license suspension and thousands of dollars in fines and surcharges.

 

State v. F.E. (2015):  DUI (Third Offense) and Refusal

We filed a Post-Conviction Relief application and successfully vacated our client’s Second DUI conviction on the basis that the guilty plea was involuntary.  Our motion was granted and we negotiated a plea to DUI and Refusal, but it treated as a first offense. Our client lost his license for 10 months instead of 20 years and served no jail (mandatory 180 days in jail for Third DUI offense).

 

State v. A.L. (2015): DUI (Third Offense – 0.21 BAC Reading)

Man charged with Third DWI in Woodbridge, faced 180 days in jail and 10-year loss of license. Schiller McMahon was able to litigate the matter utilizing a novel legal technique so that the matter was treated as a second DWI, saving 8 years of license suspension and zero jail.

 

State v. P.D. (2015):  DUI (Second Offense – 0.23 BAC Reading)

Leveraging its innovative pre-trial discovery litigation technique, the Firm was able to obtain a dismissal of the DUI and a plea to Reckless Driving.  Our client was facing a 2-year loss of license.  We secured a 6-month loss of license and minimal fines.

 

State v. K.O. (2015):  DUI (Second Offense – 0.14 BAC Reading)

After filing a motion to suppress the arrest due to issues surrounding the field sobriety tests and a motion to suppress the Alcotest results, we negotiated a plea to Reckless Driving.  Our client was facing license suspension of 2-years, installation of the ignition interlock device, and thousands of dollars in fines and surcharges.  Instead, our client took a 90-day license suspension.

 

State v. A.K. (2015): DUI (Second Offense) and Refusal

Client charged with Second DWI and refusal by NJ State Police on Interstate 78. After successfully vacating the sentence for the First DWI, client pled guilty to a 3-month loss of license, thus saving 21 months of license suspension and thousands of dollars in fines, penalties, and surcharges.

 

State v. M.R. (2015): DUI (Second Offense – 0.17 BAC Reading)

A Clark woman was charged with her second DWI and faced possible jail and two years loss of license, following her arrest on the Garden State Parkway. Schiller McMahon was able to advance a Constitutional argument that resulted in the matter being treated as a first DWI and the Client pled guilty to 3 months loss of license and zero jail.

 

State v. M.A. (2013):  DUI (First Offense – 0.17 BAC Reading)

After filing a motion to suppress the motor vehicle stop as unconstitutional, the State dismissed all charges prior to trial.

 

State v. E.G. (2014):  DUI (First Offense – 0.12 BAC Reading/Motor Vehicle Accident)

After filing a motion to dismiss the case based upon then State Police’s failure to turn over discovery, we negotiated a plea to Careless Driving and our client served a 30-day license suspension.

 

State v. L.R. (2015):  DUI and Refusal (First Offense)

Our client faced a minimum of 10 months of license suspension.  We filed a motion to suppress the arrest due to the arresting officer’s failure to conduct the field sobriety tests in the prescribed manner.  As a result, we negotiated plea to Careless Driving and our client agreed to a 90-day loss of license.

 

State v. J.E. (2015):  DUI (First Offense – 0.14 BAC Reading)

A public school teacher whose job was at risk following a DWI arrest After filing a motion to dismiss the case based on the State’s failure to preserve evidence, we negotiated plea to Reckless Driving, secured a 90-day loss of license and saved her from a loss of employment.

 

State v. K.F. (2015):  DUI (First Offense – 0.12 BAC Reading)

We filed a motion to dismiss the case based on the State Police’s failure to provide discovery, a motion to suppress our client’s arrest and a motion to suppress the Alcotest.  As a result, we negotiated a plea to Careless Driving and secured a 30-day loss of license.

 

State v. M.E. (2015): DUI (First Offense – 0.09 BAC Reading)

After cross-examining the arresting officer at trial, the State offered our client a plea to Careless Driving with a 45-day loss of license.

 

State v. T.P. (2015):  DUI (First Offense – 0.09 BAC Reading)

We filed a motion to suppress the Alcotest results and a motion to suppress the arrest based on a lack of probable cause.  The State dismissed the DUI and offered a plea deal to failure to maintain lane and a 30-day loss of license.

 

State v. S.G. (2015):  DUI (First Offense – 0.09 BAC Reading)

Negotiated plea to Reckless Driving; No license suspension.

 

State v. A.G. (2014): State v. DUI (First Offense – 0.31 BAC Reading/Motor Vehicle Accident)

Alcotest results suppressed; 3-month loss of license.

 

State v. J.R. (2015):  DUI (First Offense – 0.26 BAC Reading)

Alcotest results suppressed; Negotiated plea to 3-month loss of license.

 

State v. H.S. (2013):  DUI (First Offense – 0.23 BAC Reading)

Alcotest results suppressed; Negotiated plea to 3-month loss of license.

 

State v. J.D. (2013):  DUI and Refusal (First Offense/Motor Vehicle Accident)

Refusal Dismissed.  Plea to DUI; 3-month loss of license.

 

State v. R.M. (2014):  DUI and Refusal (First Offense)

Refusal dismissed; Negotiated plea to DUI; 3-month loss of license.

 

State v. E.A. (2014):  DUI (First Offense – 0.23 BAC Reading)

Alcotest results suppressed; Negotiated plea to 3-month loss of license.

 

State v. R. H. (2014):  DUI (First Offense – 0.09 BAC Reading)

Alcotest suppressed; Negotiated plea to “Baby” DUI; 30-day loss of license.