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Phone: 732-820-4332 / 201-448-9866
DWI Blood Testing In New Jersey
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The police in New Jersey are legally allowed to stop a driver for
suspicion of driving while intoxicated (DWI).
Once a driver is stopped for suspicion of DWI, a Breathalyzer
test will be done to check the blood alcohol concentration
(BAC) of the driver.
• Sometimes the police officer may decide to take a sample of the
driver’s blood for testing and analysis.
• DWI blood testing is also done in cases where the driver has been
seriously injured and is unable to take a Breathalyzer test.
• If the driver was stopped for suspicion of DWI and he or she
refuses to take a Breathalyzer test, the police officer has the
authority to take the suspect to the hospital to draw blood.
• The arrested driver must agree to the blood test at the hospital.
• Refusing to do so can result in serious penalties.
• If you or someone you know has been charged with a DWI, it is
important that you speak to a DWI defense lawyer immediately.
• The consequences of a DWI conviction can be life-changing.
• The Rubas Law Offices is experienced in handling DWI cases in
• We can help you navigate the complicated workings of the legal
system and the DMV.
Rubas Law Offices
549 Summit Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306
2006 Route 71, Ste. 6
Spring Lake Heights, NJ 07762
Spring Lake: 732-820-4332
Jersey City: 201-448-9866