Indefinite Suspension for False Driver’s License under N.J.S.A. 39:5-30 Dismissed

Motor Vehicle Commission License Suspension Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:5-30

The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission may suspend you driving privileges for a multitude of reasons. These proposed suspensions may range anywhere from 30 days up to indefinitely! Depending on your circumstances, an indefinite suspension of your driving privileges may prove unimaginable. One of the more common forms of suspension is that for Misstatement of Fact on  a License Application. If you or someone you love have received a notice of an indefinite suspension or a proposed suspension for 730 days from the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, help is available. For more information on how we can help you fight this proposed suspension, call 1-800-509-3333, and speak to a Motor Vehicle Attorney today.

NOTE: Not only can you face a license suspension for misstatement of fact through the Motor Vehicle Commission, but you may also be subject to a violation of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle or Criminal Code under Titles 39 and 2C, respectively. (See also: Falsifying a Driver’s License ApplicationUsing False Information to Obtain a Driver’s License)

Misstatement of Fact Suspension Triggered by Face Recognition Software

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Motor Vehicle Suspension for False License Dismissed

Recently, I helped a client to argue his case against the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, regarding an alleged fictitious license application. During the investigation process, I was able to shine light on my client’s initial belief that this alleged “false application” was actually an error on the part of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. Through conferences and motion papers with the Commissions investigation department, I was able to shed light on the situation and demonstrate that the State’s case against my client lacked sufficient foundation to proceed. Accordingly, I was able to have my client’s Indefinite Suspension dismissed and lifted. This allowed my client, who was a Florida resident, to clear his record and move forward with his life with his license in-hand.

It is always advised to hire an attorney before attending a preliminary ID Hearings or a Formal Suspension Hearing. At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, we have considerable experience handling misstatement of fact investigations at the NJ MVC. Don’t risk going alone to a hearing that can cost you your driving privileges for up to two (2) years. Call 1 (877) 450-8301 and talk to a license suspension attorney today.

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