Can I Obtain a Hardship License in New Jersey?

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If you have obtained a DWI charge in New Jersey, our firm understands that you may be overwhelmed. If you are unsure about whether or not a hardship license is possible for you, read on and give our skilled Gloucester County DWI lawyer a call today. Here are some questions you may have:

What is a hardship or conditional license and how does it work?

A hardship or conditional license is a restricted license that is provided to a motorist whose license has been suspended or revoked because of an alcohol or drug-related problem, allowing drivers who qualify for it to be able to use their vehicles again under certain conditions that are expressed by the court and on his or her driver’s license. But, it is important to recognize that it is not possible to obtain a hardship or conditional license in the state of New Jersey. This means that once you lose your driving privileges, there are no exceptions and you may not drive your vehicle on any occasion. If you have been charged with a DWI or would like to learn more about New Jersey’s laws, reach out to our legal team today.

What are my options instead of obtaining a hardship or conditional license?

As previously stated, New Jersey does not offer hardship or conditional licenses, which is why you will need a skilled and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney on your side to help you reduce or dismiss your charge. Fortunately, our legal team is able to do that. At our firm, our attorneys have the skills required to help you protect your rights. Give us a call today to get begin learning more about the best defense for you. We are here to help you no matter what.

How can an attorney help you?

If you have an experienced criminal defense attorney in your corner, you can feel more secure knowing that your rights and future will be the main priority. Your attorney can use the next methods to help you combat your charges:

  • Suppressing breath test results that allegedly show your intoxication
  • Issuing motions to hide evidence from the traffic stop due to a lack of probable cause
  • Removing your statements regarding alcohol or drug use
  • Raising reasonable doubts about the admissibility of any and all evidence

You will want to keep in mind that it is always worth fighting a conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in order to dodge criminal consequences and the other negative outcomes related to this charge. Even a first-time DUI charge could cause a license suspension, a big fine, and a span of imprisonment. Give our firm a call today to begin your claim.

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