NJ hardship licenses

New Jersey, unlike our neighboring states and a great majority of the other states within the union, does not allow for a restricted license. Sometimes this is referred to as a hardship license. Typically, hardship licenses exist to allow individuals who have been convicted of driving while intoxicated to still drive to work or school […]

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Penalties of a High BAC charge

What are the penalties of a High BAC charge In New Jersey, individuals over 21 years of age are permitted to drive with up to 0.07 percent alcohol in their bloodstream. However, once that percentage reaches 0.08 or higher, they can be charged with driving under the influence of alcohol because they have surpassed the […]

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Are Breathalyzer Tests Mandatory?

I believe it’s in your interest to take a breathalyzer test. While in certain circumstances taking the test will give the police the evidence they need in order to convict you. If you do not submit to the breath test which is required by the law, you may automatically be facing certain penalties including fines, […]

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