Driving While Suspended 39:3-40 Amended to Unlicensed Driver 39:3-10a

Driving While Suspended Traffic Ticket Lawyer

Driving While Suspended is a serious traffic offense that the State of New Jersey and Municipal Judges send people to jail over. Depending on the circumstances of your offense, you could be facing anywhere from one night in jail up to a mandatory SIX (6) MONTHS in the COUNTY JAIL. In addition to any periods of incarceration, you may also face a mandatory suspension of your New Jersey driving privileges, as well as thousands of dollars in fines and surcharges. Whether you where involved in an accident or suspended for a DWI, your potential exposure is grave. For your free consultation regarding your N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 offense, contact the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall today. Our trial attorneys may be reached 24/7 at 1-877-450-8301. Find out what we can do to help you keep your license and stay out of jail.

Suspended License and Incarceration Avoided for 39:3-40 Ticket

This past week I appeared at a local municipal court on behalf of a client who had been charged with a slew of moving violations, Driving While Suspended being one of them. Through careful inspection of the evidence regarding my client’s alleged suspension and the pertinent motor vehicle stop performed by the officer, I was able to uncover inadequacies in the State’s case. Based on this deficiencies, I was able to work out a negotiated plea whereby the Driving While Suspended charge would be amended to an Unlicensed Driver, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:3-10(a) violation and dismissed the remaining charges. This allowed my client to avoid a period of incarceration, any suspension of his driving privileges and upwards of $2,000 in fines and surcharges.

For more information on your charges for Driving While Suspended or any other traffic ticket, contact our office and speak with an experience traffic attorney at 1-877-450-8301.

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