More importantly, New Jersey doesn’t allow hardship or conditional driver’s licenses to get you to and from work, so if you’re like most people, a decade-long loss of your driver’s license represents a significant threat to your ability to work and take care of your family.
When you’re charged with DUI, you need to get experienced legal help right away.
This is especially true when you’ve had previous convictions and are facing a much tougher set of penalties.
There may be ways to remove previous convictions from the equation, meaning that instead of facing a third DUI and a ten-year loss of your license, you may be charged with a second, or even first DUI instead, and get your license back much sooner.
If you’re convicted at all. Attorney Matthew Reisig has helped more than 1,000 New Jersey drivers avoid conviction on DUI charges.
Call 732-625-9660 today for a free consultation with an experienced New Jersey DUI attorney.