Most times when a client comes into my office to discuss driving under the influence, their biggest concern is their driver’s license. They are concerned about their ability to drive either here in the State of New Jersey or elsewhere. The questions that I frequently get are about other states and circumstances where there is a hardship license. They also want to know about their ability to keep one’s license for work. Unfortunately, here in the State of New Jersey, either being found guilty after a trial or pleading guilty to a driving under the influence charge always carries a license suspension and there are no exceptions. However, should you have any additional questions or wish to discuss that further, please contact an experienced New Jersey criminal attorney before proceeding with your driving under the influence case.
Keith Hirschorn, P.C., is an experienced criminal defense 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 to set up a free initial consultation.