• No matter where the drug offense took place, whether it was in a house, car or on the street, one of the consequences of pleading guilty or being found guilty of a drug offense in NJ is license suspension for 6 months-2 years.
  • Fortunately, an experienced New Jersey drug attorney can make an argument on your behalf to allow you to keep your license despite any finding of guilt for a drug offense.
  • In New Jersey, an attorney can argue before a judge, whether a felony drug offense or a municipal drug offense, that the individual defendant has a hardship that losing their license would create.
  • An argument can be made that the license should be kept by the individual criminal defendant, so be sure to contact an attorney.