Convicted? How To Reverse It
“Chun” Stay or “Conditional Plea”: Effect From Supreme Court LitigationBecause of the pending New Jersey Supreme Court DWI Case in which I am involved, thousands of DWI cases will need to be reviewed for possible reversal when the Supreme Court’s decision is final. Depending on the basis for your conviction, you may be able to reverse your conviction with the help of a knowledgeable New Jersey DWI attorney. If you were or are convicted for DWI in New Jersey anytime after 2005, I urge you to contact New Jersey DWI attorney Bartholomew Baffuto, Esq. to explore your options for possible reversal of your DWI conviction.
While the issue of the scientific reliability of the Alcotest 7110 has been pending decision, there was much confusion about how each DWI case should proceed. Some courts went ahead with guilty pleas or tried cases, and others did not. How your DWI case was handled is the key to see if you may have a chance to reverse your conviction.
“Chun-stay” status means that your case is on “stay” status subject to the Supreme Court’s final decision in State v. Chun, et al. Or, your DWI case might have been adjourned until the “Chun” litigation is resolved. If you retained an attorney, you should ask him or her about your status. You may have a chance to try your case with the information that has been disclosed during the “Chun” litigation, which is a great advantage for a defendant. Again, I am involved in this litigation and I formulated the strategy for the defense team. I have gained a substantial amount of information and knowledge about the Alcotest 7110. I am sure I could give you the best DWI defense possible.
While “Chun stay” means you are in stay status, “conditional plea”, means you are convicted subject to some conditions. This “conditional plea” is not well defined. It is something of a gray area. As soon as this “Chun” litigation is resolved, this matter will probably be examined and evaluated. Many defendants who were arrested after 2005 in New Jersey probably have this form of conviction due to a procedural order from the Supreme Court. Your records probably show that you have been convicted already, but you are waiting for sentencing. Again, in order to confirm your status, ask your attorney. If you did not have an attorney, contact New Jersey DWI attorney Bartholomew Baffuto, Esq. to explore options that may reverse your DWI conviction.
Whether or not you have “Chun-Stay” or “Conditional Plea” status, if you are interested in reversing your conviction, have all documents available and contact the New Jersey DWI attorney Bartholomew Baffuto, Esq. to explore options that may reverse your DWI conviction. You need to examine what your current status is and investigate what you can do. With all findings and experts’ testimony discovered by this “Chun” litigation, you may be able to apply new lines of defense to reverse your conviction.