Misstatement of Fact on License Application
The Motor Vehicle Commission began a full “scrub” of its photo record database, which has grown to 23 million images, to identify any duplicative photo records in 2011. This allowed them to develop of system whereby they could prevent and prosecute any attempts of obtain a license through falsified or forged documentation. For those who have been investigated for such behavior, you may be facing a criminal charge for forgery as well as a Notice of Suspension for Misstatement of Fact on a License Application, for an indefinite period of time, from DMV under N.J.S.A. 39:5-39.
It is imperative that you assert your rights in any investigation and employ the expertise of a New Jersey Attorney. We have handled a litany of cases involved Misstatement of facts with the Motor Vehicle Commission and obtained reductions down to a six (6) month loss of license, no criminal prosecution or even an outright dismissal of the investigation in some instances.
Call 1 (877) 450-8301 to learn more about the process, and to hire an attorney to request your hearing for you. You’ll be glad that you did.
Suspension for Misstatement of Facts based on Forged Documents Downgraded to Just a Six Month License Suspension
Just this week I resolved a Motor Vehicle Suspension issue at the Office of Administrative Law in Newark, NJ. Specifically, my client had been accused of forging her residency documents, in an effort to obtain a duplicate license. Unfortunately for my client, this was in violation of both administrative, as well as criminal codes here in New Jersey and the MVC began an investigation. The process worked through the Motor Vehicle Commission and eventually proceeded to a rejection of the State’s offer of a two year license suspension. Thus, the matter was forwarded the be heard by an Administrative Law Judge. At this hearing, I was able to expose certain inconsistencies in the State’s case. While under the letter of the law, my client had committed forgery, I was able to demonstrate enough exculpatory evidence to obtain only a six (6) month license suspension (down fro the original offer of an indefinite suspension) as well as a foregoing of any criminal charges.
License Attorneys New Jersey N.J.S.A. 39:5-39
If you have been charged with Misstatement of Facts on a License Application, under N.J.S.A. 39:5-39, call the license suspension attorneys at 1-800-509-3333. Let us help you fight against your Notice of Suspension.
- Using False Information to Obtain a Driver’s License
- Falsifying a Driver’s License Application
- Scheduled Suspension Notices
- NJ Motor Vehicle Scheduled Suspension Hearings