Driving with a Suspended License
In New Jersey, you can have your driver's license revoked for any number of reasons, including unpaid traffic tickets, a DWI, driving without insurance. It could also be revoked for circumstances that that do not involve driving, such as non-payment of child support and not appearing for a scheduled court date.
If you are convicted of driving on a suspended license, you not only face a fine: you could lose your driver's license for an additional six months on top of your existing suspension. If your license was revoked for DWI or DUI, you can go to jail for up to 90 days and lose your license for an additional two years.
A traffic ticket lawyer can assist you in getting your license back, but Jeffrey W. Goldblatt is more than just a traffic ticket attorney. He is a lawyer with 30 years worth of legal knowledge having worked as both a prosecutor and in criminal defense. During a consultation at our East Brunswick office, he will go over your options for getting your license back.