Cliff Bidlingmaier Successful In Getting Client’s DUI Dismissed

Cliff Bidlingmaier was successful in having the serious offense of New Jersey’s Driving Under the Influence, pursuant to NJSA 39:4-50, dismissed. Cliff was able to successfully argue that there wasn’t sufficient evidence to establish the 20 minute observation period required by law. The law dictates to pursuant to State v. Chun 194 N.J. 54 (2008) that the officer administering the Alcotest (breathalyzer) must observe the individual being charged for a period of 20 minutes in order to ensure that the person under arrest didn’t have anything in their mouth such as gum or tobacco or regurgitates, which would render an invalid result.

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Refusal to Submit To A Breathalyzer Dismissed

Cliff Bidlingmaier 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.”

Cliff Bidlingmaier was successful in having a possession of CDS charge dismissed based upon discovery violations in New Jersey. (more…)