New Jersey DWI Attorney Discusses an Out of State Driver Receiving a DUI
I am often asked as an experienced New Jersey DWI Attorney, what can happen if you are an out of state driver who ends up getting a DWI while you are visiting New Jersey. An out-of-state license holder, for instance a New York State license holder who gets a New Jersey DWI and winds up with a conviction, which would be a traffic infraction in the state of New Jersey, probably will have that information transferred to their home state. If New York does find out about the New Jersey conviction for the DWI, they are likely to suspend your privileges in the state of New York. I advise clients as a New Jersey DWI Attorney that unlike NJ, New York does have what’s called a restricted license, and if you are eligible, you will be able to get one through the Department of Motor Vehicles.
If you are an out of state driver visiting NJ, and have received a DWI, contact experienced New Jersey DWI Attorney Carl Spector for knowledgeable defense.