“This video will shed some light on the permanence of driver’s license suspension after a DWI conviction in New Jersey.”
Videos on “How To Get out of DWI Charges” are Listed below:
“Are there work or temporary licenses after a DWI conviction in New Jersey?”
No. Once you have lost your license in the state of New Jersey, it’s gone. While the courts don’t want you to lose your job, they do want you to feel the inconvenience of not having your driving privileges any longer. This is a huge punishment; people commonly take the ability to drive for granted, and it becomes a bit of a culture shock when they can no longer do so. Unfortunately, that’s just the way it is, and it’s a great reason to fight your DWI charges as hard as you can before you suffer the conviction.
If you are convicted for DWI, you will need to become a master of mass-transit and public transportation. It helps to have friends and family who care about you enough to get you where you need to go. From what my clients tell me, once you get used to it, you get into a rhythm and your license suspension time moves quickly. Again, your chance to avoid these penalties is before your conviction. Hire a good attorney and all of this can potentially be avoided.