Readington DWI and Drug Defense Attorneys
The Law Offices of LS&P Lawyers handle Readington Municipal Court offenses and Hunterdon County Superior Court offenses. If you or someone you love has been arrested in Readington and has to appear in either of these courts please contact our office to schedule a free consultation. Our criminal defense and traffic defense lawyers have unique qualifications including nearly four decades of experience and certifications in DWI defense. Whether you were caught with a small quantity of marijuana, a large quantity of prescription pills, driving while intoxicated or anything in between we are here to help. After searching the internet for answers you may wind up confused and overwhelmed. We guarantee that after meeting with us you will feel confident going forward. Contact our office anytime, day or night!Were You Arrested for DWI?
At LS&P Lawyers our defense attorneys have the honed skills and professionalism needed to aggressively defend clients charged with DWI. We have undergone weeks of training with the people who manufacture the Alcotest machine. Therefore, we know what procedures the officers are supposed to follow and problems the machine itself may have. Our lawyers have also been trained and certified in the Standard Field Sobriety Tests (SFST) that are employed by police officers during roadside stops. In most instances, we have a very high success rate in getting the Alcotest reading excluded from evidence and challenging the accuracy of the field sobriety tests.Were You Caught With Drugs?
At LS&P Lawyers, we are here to put our decades of experience and knowledge to work for you! Drug possession laws in New Jersey are some of the most severe in the country. Even offenses that most people and the eyes of the law consider to be minor such as possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana can carry steep consequences. Don’t go to court alone. First speak with an experienced defense attorney to explore your options. Pleading guilty or being convicted of even simple drug offenses can mean hefty fines, community service, a tarnished criminal record and even a loss of driving privileges. Call us day or night to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case!