Can I Still Drive To And From Work After A DUI Conviction In New Jersey

No, if you are convicted of DUI in New Jersey, you’ll face a mandatory suspension of your license without exceptions.

New Jersey does not have conditional licenses that allow you to drive to and from work, or even medical appointments, so your options once you’ve been charged are to fight your case or face a lengthy period of time without the ability to legally operate your car.

When you’re charged with DUI, it can feel like the deck is stacked against you. You have police and prosecutors telling you that you’re guilty, and they may even want you to believe that if you plead guilty, the judge will go easy on you.

The truth is that the judge has very little discretion when it comes to sentencing, so your only option if you want to avoid losing your license is to work with an experienced New Jersey DUI defense attorney and fight your charges.

Matthew Reisig has helped more than 1,000 New Jersey drivers avoid conviction on DUI and keep their licenses.

Call 732-625-9660 today for a free consultation.

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