How Long Will I Lose My CDL If I’m Convicted Of DWI In My Own Car In New Jersey?

New Jersey’s DWI rules are different for commercial drivers, and they extend even into your personal vehicle.

If you’re arrested for DWI in your own car in New Jersey but hold a commercial driver’s license, you’ll face a one year CDL suspension on the first offense.

If you are convicted of DWI a second time, you’ll lose your CDL – and your career – forever.

These penalties are on top of the suspension of your basic driver’s license, and the seriousness of these penalties really can’t be overstated for those who rely on driving for their income.

Attorney Matthew Reisig defends drivers accused of DWI throughout New Jersey, and has won more than 1,001 cases for his clients.

Call 732-625-9660 today and talk to one of New Jersey’s most experienced DWI defense attorneys for free.

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