The Municipal Court Attorney Certification from the New Jersey Supreme Court is given to very few New Jersey attorneys! Ones who demonstrate sufficient levels of experience, education, knowledge and skill in DWI law practice to be designated as specialists within the DWI practice.
A lawyer must be a member in good standing of the New Jersey bar for at least 5 years and been favorably evaluated by judges and other attorneys familiar with his or her work in order to qualify.
He/she must have fulfilled ongoing continuing legal education requirements and passed respective written examinations covering various aspects of DWI trial practice.
They must have demonstrated a significant level of experience in DWI law trial advocacy.
The New Jersey Supreme Court only designates lawyers who are able to meet the highest standards set by the Board on Attorney Certification and approved by the court.
For more information on the selection process and eligibility criteria for Certification of Municipal Court Attorney, visit www.judiciary.state.nj.us