DWI/DUI And Criminal Defense
A DWI/DUI charge, drug charge or other criminal charge can happen to anyone. If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense, one of the first steps you should take is to contact a lawyer and learn about your defense options.
At The Law Firm of Charles W. Sandman, III, we work with locals and visitors to the Cape May County area. We handle both misdemeanor and felony cases, and federal criminal cases. This includes first-time and repeat DUI/DWI charges.
Regardless of the circumstances of your situation, at our firm you have a strong legal advocate who is ready to stand up for you, protect your rights and fight to avoid a conviction. When you are represented by our firm, you have a well-regarded and experience courtroom lawyer on your side.
Affordable DUI/DWI Defense Representation
Driving after you’ve had a beer, glass of wine or another alcoholic beverage is not illegal. It is only illegal to drive while under the influence of alcohol or drive while intoxicated. If you have been pulled over, submitted to a Breathalyzer test and been charged with DUI/DWI, you should have a lawyer representing your interests. There are a number of complexities that can come up with a drunk driving case that only an attorney who is familiar with the legal process will know about.
We routinely deal with issues that involve:
- Breathalyzer calibration issues
- Field sobriety test issues
- Breath test refusal
Do not let the possibility of a criminal conviction jeopardize your future. Come to our firm and talk with attorney Charles Sandman to learn more about how we can help.
Aggressive Defense Against Criminal Charges In Cape May County And Other New Jersey Areas
It takes the skills of a knowledgeable attorney to most effectively defend someone facing a criminal charge. Mr. Sandman has been successful in developing defense strategies for misdemeanor and felony charges in New Jersey that involve:
- Drug crimes
- Possession, distribution, trafficking and more
- White collar crimes
- Internet crimes
- Weapons offenses
- Gun crimes
We also handle criminal record expungements.
Schedule A Meeting, Today
To schedule your first meeting, please contact us at 609-536-9556. If you prefer, you can contact us by completing an online contact form. There is no risk if you want to meet to discuss your drunk driving charges. Located in Cape May Courthouse, we handle cases in Cape May County and surrounding areas.