You should always try to challenge a driving under the influence (DUI) charge. In New Jersey DUI is covered by N.J.S.A. 39:4-50. The statute requires the state to prove 1) you operated a motor vehicle; 2) that you were under the influence of alcohol, a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) such as heroin or methamphetamines, or even your own prescription for Oxycodone, Percocet, Xanax or other medications which could impair your ability to operate a motor vehicle; and 3) that your ability Order Xanax Online to operate a motor vehicle was impaired. In their effort to prove their case and convict you of driving under the Buy Xanax Online influence the police will employ many pieces of evidence which you should seek to challenge.
Often police reports indicate failure to maintain lane, malfunctioning lights and sometimes random callers as probable cause for stopping you. If you have friends driving with you in another vehicle who can testify you were not swerving or a mechanic who will testify that you lights were in proper working order you can challenge the officers statements. Always ask for the 911 tape if the police claim they received a call about your driving from another motorist. Your performance of the field sobriety tests (FST) is subjective and may be open for challenge, particularly if you had an unimpaired witness in the vehicle. The officer may not have substantial experience in administering field sobriety tests or properly documenting your performance in his reports. The Alcotest machine requires very specific protocols for operation as.