A conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) in New Jersey has serious consequences, including the loss of driving privileges. A suspension or revocation of your license can make it difficult to fulfill everyday obligations. If your license was suspended or revoked, our experienced New Jersey DUI attorney can help you fight the suspension and obtain your license back.
At the Matthew Reisig Law Firm, we are committed to represent clients charged with DUI related offenses, including license suspension and revocation. Our DUI attorneys are extremely knowledgeable with New Jersey DUI/DWI laws and have successfully defended clients throughout the counties of New Jersey. We take the necessary time to understand each case, conduct a thorough investigation, and prepare a strong defense to help minimize or dismiss the charges against our clients.
Every case is unique, and will require its own strategic defense. Our firm can provide helpful legal advice and effective representation to people charged with the following DUI related offenses:
- First time NJ DUI offenses
- Second time NJ DUI offenses
- Third time NJ DUI Offenses
- Subsequent offenses
- Refusal to take breathalyzer or blood test
- Prior criminal charges
- Incorrect suspension of license
- And more
If this is your first offense, second offense, or third or subsequent offense, you could have your license suspended for up to10 years or more. Also, if your record shows you refused to take a breathalyzer or blood test, further penalties may be added. That is why it is important for you to seek the help of an experienced New Jersey DUI attorney who can defend you and aggressively pursue favorable results on your behalf.
At the Matthew Reisig Law Firm, we work diligently to obtain the results you need. In some cases, we are able to work with the judge to end your license suspension or revocation and reinstate your driving privileges.
Recover Driving Privileges
Unfortunately, many people assume that once their suspension is up, their license is automatically reinstated. This is an incorrect assumption. In order for your license to be restored, you must apply for a reinstatement and fulfill the requirements asked by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. This is critically important because otherwise you will still be driving with a suspended license and, if you are stopped by police, you could face further penalties.
If you would like to speak with one of our skilled and knowledgeable New Jersey DUI lawyers about your arrest and license suspension, please call the Matthew Reisig Law Firm today.