The good news about DWI arrests in New Jersey is that they don’t leave you with a public record that employers can generally see.
If you’ve been arrested for DWI and are currently job hunting, you may answer the question, “Have you ever been arrested?” with a “No.”
If the application asks you for a history of traffic violations, that is where you would list your New Jersey DWI.
Given the hefty penalties that go with a conviction for driving under the influence in New Jersey, it can help to keep in mind that at least you don’t have the problems of a criminal record to deal with as you move on.
Another option is to avoid conviction entirely.
Attorney Matthew Reisig has represented more than 1001 clients who were charged with DWI but were not convicted.
Fight back against DWI charges in New Jersey. Call 732-625-9660 today and talk to one of New Jersey’s best DWI lawyers, for free.