N.J.S.A. 39:5-30 New Jersey Motor Vehicle Scheduled Suspension Notice
Did a Scheduled Notice of Suspension arrive in your mailbox today from the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission? You first question is probably: Why is my license being suspended? Depending on your recent driving history, you could be scheduled for a suspension under N.J.S.A. 49:5-30 due to a New York DWI, Point Accumulation on your Driving Record (i.e. Persistent Violator), Operating During a Period of Suspension, or some other variety of Motor Vehicle violations.
What you need to understand is that you can fight this suspension. The process generally requites and initial hearing with New Jersey Motor Vehicle Representatives and is followed potentially by a formal hearing with the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law.
Do not fight these complex suspensions alone. With years of experience handling Motor Vehicle Hearings, our team of trial attorneys are prepared to put our experience to work for you. Call 1-800-509-3333 today to speak with an attorney at our firm today.
Suspension for Persistent Violator in New Jersey Dismissed Through Post-Conviction Relief Motion
A recent client faced a similar predicament to the one described above. In this case, our client reached out to my office after he received a notice of suspension following a few motor vehicle violations in Middlesex County. My client plead guilty to all of these fines and paid them online to avoid the hassle of appearing in court. Unbeknownst to him, these violations, in the aggregate, carried 8 points and triggered a motor vehicle suspension courtesy of New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. His license was set to be suspended for a month, on top of the roughly $350/year in surcharges he was now due and owing to the Motor Vehicle Commission.
Through the assistance of my firm, this client reopened his motor vehicle violations through a Post-Conviction Relief Motion, whereby his tickets were re-litigated in the municipal court of venue. We were able to knock off 6 points from original tickets, thus putting our client back below the threshold for a Persistent Violator Suspension. This resulted in a dismissal of the original suspension as well as a significant savings in yearly surcharges for the client.
License Suspension Attorney
To fight your Scheduled Notice of Suspension, call 1-800-509-3333. Our firm has the tools and resources necessary to resolve your suspension in the best manner possible. Its never too late or too futile to challenge these suspension. Call today and speak with an attorney.