DeMichele & DeMichele Attorney Will Discuss Effective Cross Examination of Police Officer in a DUI Trial
Attorneys at DeMichele & DeMichele devote the vast majority of their time to fighting for clients facing difficult challenges, but we also firmly believe that continuing education is an important part of the legal profession. That's a large part of the reason why our attorney are regularly called upon to present on relevant legal topics for the benefit of other lawyers in the South Jersey region. On Wednesday, the Camden County Bar Association (CCBA) will host a Municipal Court Practice Committee presentation on the effective cross examination of a police officer in a DUI trial. Our very own DeMichele & DeMichele attorney Gregory P. DeMichele, Esquire, who has previously served as a public defender in South Jersey and was recently recognized as a 2013 ”Top Attorney” by South Jersey Magazine for the 4th year in a row, serves as chairman of the committee and will serve as the moderator.
Of course, our firm does more than simply talk about how to win DUI/DWI trials. DeMichele & DeMichele attorneys treat every case aggressively in order to provide our clients with quality, compassionate yet zealous representation; we carefully obtain and review discovery, retain experts where necessary, and attempt to defeat the state's case by introducing reasonable doubt. It's the only kind of representation that you deserve when everything is on the line. The stakes are higher than ever for individuals convicted of a DUI/DWI offense in New Jersey. If you or a loved one needs strong representation in a municipal court in New Jersey, do not hesitate to contact the municipal court defense lawyers at DeMichele & DeMichele today. We are here to defend the charges against you. Contact us now for your confidential and free initial consultation. You can also reach us by telephone (856) 546-1350. Don't just plead guilty and risk your driving privilege or driving record.
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