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​New Jersey's Refusal Statute essentially states that a driver's right to operate a motor vehicle shall be revoked if the driver has been arrested for driving while intoxicated and refuses to submit to a breath test If you are charged with refusal to take a Breathalyzer or Alcotest at the request of the police officer who arrested you on a suspicion of DWI, Pete O'Mara has successfully defended hundreds of these types of matters over the past 30 years. Recognized by the American Institute of DUI/DWI Attorneys, Pete O'Mara has set legal precedents in this particular area of the law which determined the procedures that the Police are required to study and follow when processing DWI suspects
  • Unlawful Possession Of Alcohol
  • Underage Possession Of Alcohol
  • Refusal To Submit To Chemical Testing
  • Blood Test DWI
  • Vehicular Homicide
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