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Refusal to Submit To A Breathalyzer Dismissed

One of our attorneys was successful in having a Refusal to Submit to a breathalyzer dismissed using arguments set forth by the Supreme Court of New Jersey case of State v. Leavitt, 107 N.J. 534, 542 (1987), also known as the “confusion doctrine.”

Our attorney was successful in having a possession of CDS charge dismissed based upon discovery violations in New Jersey.

In 2013, he was selected by the American Society of Legal Advocates as a Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyer in the State of Pennsylvania. For more information regarding a refusal to submit to a breathalyzer charge, contact Kardos, Rickles & Hand at 215-968-6602.

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