New Jersey DUI Attorney Discusses License Suspension for DWI
I am often asked as an experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney If you are charged with a DWI or DUI in the state of New Jersey and you wind up with a driver suspension, you won’t be able to drive for a period of time, and it would be critical that you not do that until your license is fully restored.
If there is a period of time where your license is suspended, say three months or seven months, your license does not automatically restore after that term is expired. You need to go down to the Department of Motor Vehicles and pay a restoration fee and then you’re restored. If you are driving, even in an emergency situation, while suspended for a DWI, you are facing 10 to 90 days in jail.
Have you had your license suspended because of a DWI? Contact experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney Carl Spector to help you.