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How A Drunk Driving Stop Can Go Wrong

Too many factors can go wrong with a DUI arrest. Inclement weather, a dangerous road, a malfunction with your motor vehicle or a pre-existing medical condition can contribute to erratic driving that law enforcement mistakes for drunk driving.

If this has happened to you, and you may have been the victim of defective breath testing equipment that gave an inaccurate blood alcohol reading, you should contact experienced drunk driving defense attorneys who can aggressively protect your rights.

Serving criminal law clients in Ocean County and Monmouth County with a 58-year commitment to excellence, we are the dedicated lawyers of Starkey, Kelly, Kenneally, Cunningham, Turnbach & Yannone.

You take your legal matters seriously. We do, too. Don’t allow your New Jersey driving privileges to be jeopardized by what has happened to you. Call or email our law offices immediately to discuss your case in detail and in confidence.

Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys For Toms River, New Jersey

Starkey, Kelly, Kenneally, Cunningham, Turnbach & Yannone DUI defense lawyers excel at using the facts of your case — and evidence that can be discredited — to negotiate effectively with prosecutors on your behalf. Our initial goal is always to have the charges against you reduced or dismissed outright.

We can also defend you against the possibility of your driver’s license being suspended or revoked, so you can continue to get to your job and provide for your family. If your drunk driving arrest was connected to a serious traffic accident causing injuries or a fatality, you may also face punishments such as jail time and heavy fines — making it imperative that we provide a strong voice for you in court.

Our experienced Ocean County DUI attorneys must hear from you immediately if you have been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. Contact us now at this toll-free number — 866-933-3804. We respond promptly to your email message and can meet with you at a jail or police station if necessary.