What Happens If I Get A DUI While Transporting Hazardous Material With A CDL In New Jersey?

Drivers who hold a commercial driver’s license in New Jersey operate under a different set of standards than other drivers.

The thresholds for prosecuting a DUI case are lower, and the penalties can be higher.

For CDL holders who are hauling hazardous materials and are convicted of DUI, they’ll sacrifice their CDL – and their right to work in their field – for three years.

For most hauling companies, even a single DUI conviction will be enough to disqualify you from work for life.

It’s imperative that you take every step possible to fight the charges against you.

Attorney Matthew Reisig is one of New Jersey’s most experienced DUI attorneys, has argued DUI law before the State Supreme Court of New Jersey, and helped more than 1,000 clients avoid conviction on DUI charges.

Call 732-625-9660 today to speak to an experienced New Jersey DUI defense attorney for free.

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