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Thomas Carroll Blauvelt

Thomas Blauvelt’s Legal Guides

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  • NJ Municipal Court PTI – Starts on January 4, 2014

    Pre-Trial Intervention diversionary treatment is now available to all criminal matters in New Jersey Municipal Court proceedings. But there are certain Municipal Court PTI guidelines that need to be

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  • Penalties for DWI In a New Jersey School Zone

    Since the NJ Supreme Court decided State v. Reiner, NJ DWI School Zone convictions have been clarified. DWI School Zone allegations are separate statutes that must be sentenced separately as well. A

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  • New Jersey DWI Speedy Trial Rights Expanded

    A NJ appeals court recently dismissed a DWI charge for the State's failure to provide discovery to the defendant's attorney for 531 days. The court reasoned that the defendant's speedy trial rights w

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  • Prior DWI Conviction Still Enhances New Jersey Refusal Sentencing

    The New Jersey Appellate Division Ruled that a DWI Conviction May Enhance a Refusal Sentence, But a Prior Refusal Conviction May Not Enhance a Later DWI Sentence Prior DWI Conviction Still Enhances Ne

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  • New Jersey Interlock Ignition Device and NJMVC Medical Review Unit License Suspension Notices

    A New Jersey DWI conviction may result in a court ordered installation of an ignition interlock device in your motor vehicle. The device requires the driver of such vehicle to blow into the device be

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  • NY DWAI Offenses and NJ Driver's Licenses

    N.J.S.A. 39:4-50, Driving While Intoxicated ["DWI"], exposes liability to: "a person who operates a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, narcotic, hallucinogenic or habit-producing drug, or operates a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration ["B...

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  • NJ DWI Police Roadblock Overview

    An experienced New Jersey DWI attorney will many times challenge the reasonableness or legitimacy of the police stop of a defendant's car. Evidence which comes to light as a result of an unreasonable search or a seizure may be inadmissible in court. In determining whether or...

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