Six (6) Month Administrative Suspension N.J.S.A. 39:5-30 Dismissed

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Suspension Attorney

Did you recently received a notice of scheduled suspension notice in the mail? Did this letter contain a bunch of statutes, including 39:5-30 and 39:3-40? If so, you are facing a proposed administrative suspension courtesy of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. These suspensions are serious matters that require your immediate and careful consideration, as a failure to properly respond to one of these “proposed suspensions” can result in a loss of your driving privileges. Contact an attorney at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall and we will request a timely hearing on your behalf, which will stay any suspension until you have your opportunity to be heard before a hearing officer. There, we will be able to present facts and circumstances in your case that demonstrate either a illegitimate claim by the MVC or, at the minimum, the hardships that would befall you should your license be suspended. Depending on our advocacy, you may find your scheduled suspension notice significantly reduced, if not dismissed altogether. For your free consultation on your 39:5-30 suspension, contact a New Jersey license suspension lawyer today at 1-800-509-3333.

New Jersey 39:5-30 Hearing

A recent case of mine involved a client who, unbeknownst to him, had his license suspended by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission based on unpaid surcharges. He was later stopped while driving in Virginia for speeding. At the time, the Virginia police officer informed my client that his driving privileges in New Jersey, and consequently the rest of the country, were suspended. My client was issued a ticket for speeding and driving while suspended. During the process of handling these tickets in Virginia, my client restored his license and was able to have the Driving While Suspended ticket dismissed. However, shortly thereafter he received a Scheduled Notice of Suspension from New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. The proposed suspension, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:5-30 and N.J.S.A. 39:3-40, was for 180 days. The client reached out to us to assist him in dismissing this scheduled suspension. A timely hearing was requested and at the eventual hearing conference, we were able to demonstrate that our clients previous legal action for driving while suspended created a double jeopardy bar from a second potential suspension on the part of New Jersey Motor Vehicle. Accordingly, the scheduled suspension was dismissed altogether and my client was able to drive off the MVC parking lost without any fear of future suspension.

If you or someone you love received a notice of suspension under N.J.S.A. 39:5-30, contact the attorneys at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall. Our team of trial attorneys are prepared to handle your license issue on your behalf. Our attorneys may be reached 24/7 at 1-800-509-3333.

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