No, there’s no law that obligates you to inform your boss about traffic infractions, though if you’re convicted you may have to explain some unusual new patterns in your life.
For instance, if convicted, New Jersey doesn’t offer conditional or restricted driver’s licenses that let you get to and from work, school, and other errands.
You’ll have to find rides, take the bus, or walk.
You may also have to explain absences as you attend mandatory Intoxicated Driver Program educational and counseling sessions.
While a conviction for DWI in New Jersey may not cost you your job, it will cost you a lot of money and be as a huge hassle for a long time.
It doesn’t have to be that way. Attorney Matthew Reisig has defeated more than 1,001 DWI charges for clients in New Jersey.
Call 732-625-9660 today for a free consultation with one of New Jersey’s most experienced DWI defense attorneys.