The charge of operating a motor vehicle when your license is refused, suspended, revoked or prohibited is serious and can result in substantial fines, loss of license and mandatory jail sentencing.
A first offense can place you at risk of enhanced penalties for subsequent offenses. It is absolutely essential that you have an attorney represent your interests so as to protect your presumption of innocence and assist you, as Judges have discretion in the extent of fines, loss of license and incarceration.
We will diligently and effectively review all discovery pertinent to your case, including Division of Motor Vehicles records if necessary, to best assist you in defending these serious charges.
These are the fines and penalties for driving while your license is suspended:
- Penalties for Driving While Suspended
- Penalties for Driving while Suspended for No Insurance
- Penalties for Driving while Suspended Due to Conviction for DWI or Refusal or Habitual Offender (NJSA 39:5a – 30e)
- Penalties for Driving in a School Zone while Suspended Due to Conviction for DWI or Refusal
- Driving While Suspended – 4th Degree Crime