Leckerman Law, LLC
1101 Marlton Pike West
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
Tel: (856) 429-2323
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Leckerman Law is dedicated to protecting the rights of those accused of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving After Imbibing (DAI), and drunk driving related criminal offenses. Attorney Leckerman helped to change the law in New Jersey concerning witnesses who collect and test blood samples in DWI investigations. He is certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to administer the same Standardized Field Sobriety Tests used by police in DUI / DWI investigations. He has received extensive training concerning breath testing and blood testing for blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in order to discover the flaws that exist in the prosecution’s testing procedures and results.
No Case Is Too Small Or Too Large!
Effectively defending DUI and DWI cases requires having technical knowledge and skills that the general criminal defense attorney usually lacks. Often, the prosecution uses the resources of new breath testing technology and forensic laboratory testing in order to prove its cases. Typically, these new technologies and laboratories go unchallenged by an attorney who is unfamiliar with the scientific intricacies involved. It takes constant education and training concerning these varied methods of breath, urine, and blood testing in order to expose the flaws of a prosecutor’s DUI / DWI case. That is why Attorney Kevin Leckerman has exclusively dedicated his legal practice to the area of DUI / DWI defense.
Attorney Leckerman has received training in the methods of forensic testing of blood and urine for the presence of drugs and alcohol, including headspace gas chromatography and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. During his career, he has defended over a thousand DUI and DWI cases involving blood and breath testing devices. The DUI / DWI breath testing devices utilized included the Breathalyzer and Alcotest 7100 MK III-C. He has also received training from the manufacturer of the Alcotest 7110 MK III-C in its operation. This DWI breath testing machine is used exclusively throughout the State of New Jersey. Additionally, Kevin is also a member of the National College for DUI Defense and other DUI / DWI attorney groups that routinely meet throughout the country in order to discuss innovations in defending DUI/DWI clients.
Being Charged With A DUI / DWI Is A Serious Matter. You Need An Attorney Who Will Make Sure That The Police And Prosecution Are Kept In Check Through Every Step Of The Legal Process. Leckerman Law Promises To Aggressively And Creatively Defend The Rights Of Each Client.
Cumberland is a small unincorporated community located within Maurice River Township in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States. Cumberland contains only a few hundred households, concentrated primarily on Route 49 and Hesstown/Port Elizabeth-Cumberland Road. The village is bordered by Millville and Port Elizabeth in Cumberland County and Estell Manor in Atlantic County. Cumberland is almost exclusively a residential and rural community with only two retail storefronts and several cottage industries. Most residents commute to nearby Millville, Vineland, Bridgeton, or one of the county’s three prisons for employment. The greater part of Cumberland is Peaslee Wildlife Management Area, New Jersey’s second-largest game reserve. Cumberland is also the home to Cumberland United Methodist Church and graveyard, a station of the state of New Jersey Department of Roads and Highways, and the Cumberland Volunteer Fire Company.
Like all of the small communities located within Maurice River Township, Cumberland’s exact boundaries are unspecified. It does not possess its own ZIP code and is processes it mail through the 08332 Millville United States Post Office. As a result, it is frequently omitted from maps. For this reason, and due to its remote rural location and lack of retail businesses, many lifelong residents of Cumberland County are unaware of the existence of the village of Cumberland. The village of Cumberland built up around the Cumberland Iron Furnace in the 19th century. Cumberland is located in the within New Jersey’s ecologically sensitive watershed along the Manumuskin River. In 1810, at the western border of Cumberland, the Manumuskin River was dammed to create what is now known as the Cumberland Pond. The pond was originally created to provide power for the Cumberland Iron Furnace, which no longer exists. It is now a popular location for fishing, canoeing and bird-watching amongst locals.
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