Yes, if you plead guilty to DWI in New Jersey, even as a first offender, you’re looking at a license suspension of at least three months.
And that assumes that you meet the rest of the terms of your DWI sentence, which will include fines, time in an Intoxicated Driver Resource Center, and up to 30 days in jail.
Whatever the police and prosecutors may have said to you, no DWI charge is an open and shut case, and no penalties can be imposed without a conviction.
There are dozens of defenses that can be used, depending on the facts of your case, and your case isn’t over until the judge rules.
Attorney Matthew Reisig has won more than 1,001 DWI cases for defendants in New Jersey. Call 732-625-9660 today to talk to an experienced DWI attorney for free.