License Suspension for DWI in New Jersey

Helping You Eliminate or Reduce Your License Suspension

Of all the penalties that result from a DUI conviction, the loss of your driver’s license has the potential to affect you for the longest period of time. When you are convicted of DWI in New Jersey, your license will automatically be suspended for a period of time. You may have problems getting to and from work or school and to other places you need to go.

At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, we understand how important your driver’s license is to your ability to support yourself and go about your daily life. When our DWI license suspension attorneys represent you on a DWI, we will provide you with a smart, effective defense aimed at eliminating or reducing the hardships you face due to DWI.

About New Jersey License Suspensions

Clients often ask us how long their NJ licenses will be suspended if they are convicted of DWI. The length of the suspension depends in part on whether the DWI offense is a first or subsequent offense.

The suspension takes effect upon conviction. In order for your license to be restored after the suspension period ends, you must apply for reinstatement and pay a reinstatement fee.

Contact an Experienced DWI License Suspension Lawyer

The experienced attorneys at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall can help you deal with the potential impact of a license suspension in several ways. We focus on getting your case dismissed when possible, which would prevent you from losing your license. If a dismissal is not possible, we will work with judges to end your license suspension as soon as possible so that you can move on with your life.

Contact us today for a free initial consultation. Reach us online or at 877-450-8301. Se habla español.

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