New Jersey DUI Attorney Discusses Out-of-State DWI Arrests
As an experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney I am often consulted by college students who aren’t from New Jersey, who have been charged with a DWI in this state. Let’s say you go to Rutgers University here in New Jersey, but you live in another state. Let’s say you’re from Florida. You got charged with a DWI, and you wound up pleading guilty or being found guilty after a trial. Your privileges to drive in the state of New Jersey will likely be suspended because a DWI conviction requires that.
Then you have to look at the collateral consequences from your home state. Your home state may suspend your privileges. They may surcharge you a certain dollar amount, and you might have to do some remedial classes to get your license restored as well as paying a restoration fee in your home state.
Are you an out of state college student residing in New Jersey who has been charged with a DWI? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey DUI Attorney Carl Spector.