Driving While Suspended
Few states offer less flexibility following a conviction for driving a vehicle with a suspended driver’s license than New Jersey. New Jersey provides no “work permit”, “hardship” or other limited driving privileges, meaning that once you are convicted of driving while suspended, the state grants no exceptions for driving, leaving offenders unable to drive to:
- Day care
- Medical appointments
- Other obligations
If you have been charged with driving with a suspended license, it is crucial that you fight your charges to lessen the penalties. At the Bernards Township law firm of D’Alessandro & D’Alessandro, LLC, we have handled many license suspension cases in addition to hundreds of DWI/drunk driving cases and other traffic violation cases. For experienced, effective legal help following traffic and license issues, contact our firm.
At D’Alessandro & D’Alessandro, LLC, our first objective is to have your charges dismissed. An often effective way to pursue dismissal of charges is to prove that the state failed to properly notify you that your license was suspended.
We can also handle multiple offense charges. Multiple offenses can lead to:
- Additional license suspension
- Jail time
- Additional fines
Often, multiple charges occur because a resolved issue in another court is incorrectly listed as being unresolved. We can examine your record and travel to other courts when necessary to clear your record and have your charges downgraded or dismissed. For more information regarding our driving while suspended or driving while revoked legal services, contact our downtown Basking Ridge office.
Contact Us Today
If you have municipal court defense legal needs in northern or central New Jersey, including Bernardsville and Bedminster, contact our firm. We accept credit cards, offer flexible hours and are conveniently located near the center of Basking Ridge with easy access to and from Route 78 and Route 287. To contact a lawyer, call 908-766-5400.