A common question asked by individuals charged with a New Jersey DWI, DUI or refusal offense is whether or not they can obtain a work license or other form of conditional license in the event that they are found guilty of DWI, DUI or refusal. The answer to this question is, unfortunately, that New Jersey is one of few states where work licenses and other conditional licenses do exist. If your New Jersey driver’s license is suspended, you cannot drive under any circumstance. The situation is different for out-of-state drivers as all New Jersey can do in that instance is suspend the privilege to operate a motor vehicle in New Jersey.
Given the lack of work licenses and other conditional licenses in New Jersey, it is crucially important that an individual charged with a drinking and driving offense consult with a knowledgeable drunk driving attorney so that they are provided with every reasonable opportunity to avoid a conviction. You should not hesitate to contact the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall for representation.