Steven Hernandez is a New Jersey DWI Lawyer who specializes in DWI defense and uses his knowledge of forensic science and case law to protect the rights of his clients. He is one of the few attorneys who regularly takes DWI case to trial. He represents DWI cases all over the state of New Jersey.
Mr. Hernandez believes that in order to properly defend a DWI, a lawyer needs to have at the minimum the same training as the police officers and other witnesses that will testify against his clients. To that end, Mr. Hernandez has received the following training:
- DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Student and Instructor\
-Mr. Hernandez was the first attorney in New Jersey to receive his Forensic Sobriety Assessment (FSA) Certificate, by demonstrating knowledge of the science and forensic use of roadside sobriety testing.
- Advanced Roadside Impairment Detection and Enforcement (ARIDE): This is the NHTSA course that bridges the gap from SFST to DRE.
- DRE Overview.
- Alcotest Certified Operator
- Trained Forensic Chromatography, Solid Drug Analysis, and DUI-Drug, and has successfully passed the ACS Lawyer-Scientist examination.
Mr. Hernandez is one of the FEW New Jersey lawyers who is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Municipal Court Trial Lawyer.
Mr. Hernandez has been a sustaining member in the prestigious National College for DUI Defense (NCDD) and actively participates in many of the rigorous training seminars they conduct. her currently serves as the NJ State Delegate for the NCDD.
Attorney Steven Hernandez is dedicated to your DWI defense and uses his experience and knowledge to protect your rights.
Please visit his New Jersey DWI Blog for more information.
For a free case consultation, please call (732) 286-2700.
2010 Summer Session Graduate; 2011 Summer Session Graduate; Graduate of the 19th Annual Master Scientific Evidence in a DUI Case (2012). 2012 Summer Session Graduate; 2014 Summer Session Graduate; 2015 Winter Session Graduate; 2015 Graduate of the 21st Annual Master Scientific Evidence in a DUI Case; Summer Session Graduate; 2016 Winter Session Graduate; 2016 Summer Session Graduate; 2017 Summer Session Graduate