Shamy Law Firm Now Offering Complimentary Initial Consultation for DWI Cases in New Jersey

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One of New Jersey’s leading law firms is offering free consultations for driving under the influence legal defense.

Representatives with Shamy Law Firm, LLC, today warned New Jersey motorists of the dangers and consequences of driving while under the influence during the holidays, and also announced that the firm is offering initial consultations at no cost to potential clients in New Jersey.

“Working with an experienced DWI defense attorney is crucial because when you are charged with DWI you face issues other than the criminal charges,” said Jason E. Shamy, Esq., spokesman for Shamy Law, said

Shamy, who has received the highest rating level from his peers by achieving a Martindale-Hubbell AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rating from direct feedback from local judges and attorneys, explained that after receiving a DWI the motorist license may have been automatically suspended, and they may need to request a hearing with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) within a very short time frame, in order to get their license back while fighting the criminal charge, or to get permission to drive back and forth to work.

“We can help fight these charges,” said Shamy.

The firm’s offer of consultations at no cost could prove to have perfect timing.

According to statistics from Mothers Against Drunk Driving(MADD) drunk driving in New Jersey account for 28 percent of all total traffic deaths.

Shamy, has over 20 years of legal experience, noted that in many cases it is possible to beat DWI charges, especially with the heavy handed enforcement tactics that are encouraged but are not always legal.

Prosecutors, he stressed, will try to compound the DWI with other charges to escalate the charge to a felony from a misdemeanor.

Shamy added that many do this inappropriately in the hopes that those charged with a DWI will accept a plea agreement to the lesser charge out of fear, improving their conviction rate.

However, when there is no accident, injury, or other crime involved, a first offense DWI is usually a misdemeanor, but it takes very little for the charge to be elevated to a felony.

“Even as a misdemeanor, the consequences of DWI are disproportionately harsh when compared to other types of criminal charges,” Shamy said, before adding, “If you or a loved one is in need of legal assistance in Point Pleasant and Wall, call The Shamy Law Firm at 732-800-1090 or submit an online questionnaire.”

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About Shamy Law Firm, LLC

Founded by professionals dedicated to competent, aggressive and efficient legal representation of their clients, attorneys at The Shamy Law Firm have successfully and proudly represented clients, big and small, since 1994. Our seasoned trial attorneys average over 15 years’ experience litigating in the courts of New Jersey. We have offices conveniently located in Point Pleasant (Ocean County) with other offices in Middlesex County and Monmouth County.

Contact Details:

Jason E. Shamy, Esq.
The Shamy Law Firm, LLC
2400 Route 88
Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742

Phone: (732)202-7206
Fax: (732)714-6518

Source: The Shamy Law Firm, LLC


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