Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI) in New York Causes New Jersey DMV Suspension for 3 Months
Most New Jersey drivers are unaware that a DWI or DUI in New York, Delaware or some other State will make its way back here to your New Jersey driving record. Even more concerning is the fact that said DWI or DUI can result in an Suspension instituted by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:5D-4. depending on the circumstances of your offense, this suspension can range anywhere from three (3) months up to ten (10) years. This is in addition to thousands of dollars in surcharges that will be assessed by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.
For immediate assistance and consultation on how to fight these charges, call 1-800-509-3333. Our firm is available 24/7 to answer your questions and assist you in fighting against these proposed suspensions.
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Suspension, Under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50, 39:5D-4, 39:5-30 and N.J.A.C. 13:19-11, DISMISSED
Recently, my office undertook the representation of an individual who sought to fight a “Notice of Proposed Suspension” from MVC. Specifically, my client had previously plead guilty to an amended charge of Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI) in New York. My client, a New Jersey license holder, was unaware of the consequences such a guilty plea would have on his license here in New Jersey. It wasn’t until this Notice that he realized he would be facing a $3,000.00 surcharge and a three (3) month/90 day loss of license. For my client, this woudl have cost him his livelihood as he would have lost his job and any possibility of future income. We got right to work by analyzing the facts of his previous guilty plea in New York and utilized this information to produce a voluminous motion on behalf of our client. After back and forth communications, my office was able to persuade the New Jersey MVC to refrain from taking any future action, thus clearing our client’s record and saving him thousands in surcharges.
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Do not wait. These notices of proposed suspension do not give you the luxury of time before the suspension will take place. It is imperative that we put a valid legal argument in motion to protect your license. Call 1-800-509-3333 today and find out our attorneys can help.