Will I Lose My Job If I Get A DUI In New Jersey?

Some professions have reporting requirements when it comes to DUI.

Since New Jersey classifies DUI as a traffic offense rather than a criminal matter, you won’t have to worry about having a criminal record, but if you hold a state license to practice as a nurse, doctor, lawyer, or other professional, you may find yourself subject to disciplinary action by your board.

Commercial pilots may also face problems with the FAA.

If you work in a job that requires a commercial driver’s license and you’ve been charged with DUI, you should speak to an attorney right away.

New Jersey has extremely harsh penalties for commercial drivers who are arrested for DUI, and a conviction can cost you your career.

Matthew Reisig helps professional drivers keep working.

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

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