My colleagues and I recently attended a training course to obtain Alcotest 7110 certification, the breath testing device used to prosecute DWI cases in New Jersey. Our criminal defense trial team attended a two-day training course run by Draeger Safety, the manufacturer of the breath testing device in New Jersey, known as the Alcotest 7110. Based on the training, the criminal defense lawyers at my firm are now certified to operate the Alcotest 7110 device used to prosecute drunk driving cases in New Jersey.
Our DWI defense lawyers are now trained on the Alcotest 7110 MKIII-C Version NJ3.11’s analytical system, components, and peripherals, as well as how to operate the instrument and perform a New Jersey specific breath test sequence. This means that our attorneys are trained and certified to operate the Alcotest 7110 breath testing machine which law enforcement officers use to obtain blood alcohol content (BAC) to prosecute DWI cases in New Jersey.
Our criminal defense lawyers are also certified in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (“SFST”), the tests police use to determine if probable cause exists to believe that you are driving while intoxicated (DWI) in New Jersey. In fact, three (3) of the attorneys at the firm are certified instructors in Field Sobriety Testing. This means that they are equipped to train law enforcement officers in how to properly conduct the field sobriety tests used to prosecute DWI cases in New Jersey. This field sobriety certification, accompanied with the Alcotest 7110 certification, makes our attorneys some of the most experienced and equipped to combat drunk driving cases in New Jersey.
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