No, upon conviction for DWI in New Jersey, your license will be suspended for the period ordered by the judge.
You’ll be required to attend counseling, educational classes, or even substance abuse treatment as part of the Intoxicated Driver Program, and a failure to successfully complete prescribed programs can result in a recommendation to the MVC that your license remain suspended even longer.
Your best course of action when you’ve been arrested for DWI in New Jersey is to count on an experienced legal defense from attorney Matthew Reisig.
He’s handled more than 1,001 DWI cases that resulted in acquittal, and has argued DWI law in front of the New Jersey Supreme Court.
When you’re facing DWI charges, you need an advocate who can win. Call Matthew Reisig today at 732-625-9660.