Can I Drive To And From School After A DUI Conviction In New Jersey?

If you choose to drive to and from school after being convicted of DUI in New Jersey, you risk further penalties if you’re caught driving on a suspended license.

New Jersey doesn’t allow any forms of conditional licenses, even to complete your education.

If you’re convicted, you’ll just have to wait it out, take public transportation, or walk.

Students facing DUI charges may face a different set of possible penalties, depending on their age.

While an under-21 driver may face fewer DUI penalties, they may also face underage drinking charges and other legal problems.

For students who are older than 21, being in school is no defense when it comes to fighting for your license.

If you need to keep driving to get to school, work, or just to retain your freedom, work with an experienced New Jersey DUI attorney.

Matthew Reisig has helped more than 1,000 New Jersey drivers beat DUI charges and keep their licenses.

Call 732-625-9660 for a free consultation with an experienced New Jersey DUI defense attorney.

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