- Individuals who are charged with driving under the influence or drunk driving in the state of NJ often come to me and ask “Will I be able to drive after my conviction for DUI refusal?”
- In New Jersey, driving after DUI refusal is the same as driving after DUI conviction- you are not allowed to drive.
- There is no hardship license, no license for work, and no ability to drive after being found guilty or plead guilty to a DUI or DUI refusal.
- There may be available defenses to your case so contact an experienced drunk driving attorney in New Jersey for advice.
Unfortunately, in the State of New Jersey, driving after DUI refusal is the same as driving after a DUI conviction. The answer is that you’re not allowed to drive.
In the State of New Jersey there is no hardship license; there is no license for work; there is no ability to drive after you are either found guilty or plead guilty to a DUI or a DUI refusal. Obviously, this presents quite a hardship to most people who drive either for work or to and from work.
One of the ways to avoid this harsh penalty of a loss of license is to consult with an experienced New Jersey drunk driving attorney to discuss your case. There may be available defenses to your case that result in no finding of guilt and thereby no license suspension for your driving under the influence or driving under the influence refusal ticket.
Keith Hirschorn, P.C., is an experienced DUI attorney working throughout the state of New Jersey. If you have any questions regarding the merits, facts or circumstances of your case, call the law office, located in Hoboken, to set up a free initial consultation.