As a DWI defense attorney serving in Camden County and the surrounding areas, the Law Offices of Jason C. Pollack, P.C. know that you may have heard a number of different terms and acronyms for intoxicated driving charges. It’s understandable you might be a bit confused by them all, which is why we’re here to help clear them up for you and offer a more in-depth look at other intoxication charges you may not be familiar with. One of the most well-known terms, DUI, stands for "driving under the influence," while the acronym DWI stands for "driving while intoxicated,” although there are instances where DWI stands for "driving while impaired." While all the language sounds very open to interpretation, the actual offenses vary from state-to-state. All of these acronyms aren’t interchangeable, as these terms can have different meanings depending on where you are in the country.
Many New Jersey residents fail to realize how serious traffic violations can be. Often, people assume that their traffic violations will only result in fines, a suspended license or point on their license. But in reality, there is a wide range of traffic violations that can leave motorists facing jail time.
In New Jersey, drivers are found guilty for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) based on the Drug Recognition Evaluation (DRE) system. But how reliable