License Suspension: Violations and Penalties That May Call for Legal Help

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Losing your license changes everything. No more late-night outings on a whim to the local convenience store, no more hopping in the car and driving to get to work, and no more coming and going in the car as you please. Suddenly, your traveling freedom is partially withheld, at least for a temporary period. Even so, your entire daily routine and lifestyle have to be adjusted to get where you need to go on a regular basis. To reach your destination, you will have to either rely on public transportation or depend on others to get you to your destination. Doesn’t seem like a very fun scenario to fall into, especially if you are an avid driver in New Jersey.

 

As an experienced traffic law lawyer serving the Gloucester County, NJ area and surrounding communities, I help individuals with driving charges to get the best possible outcome for their violations. Using my legal advice and expertise, I can help you avoid getting your license revoked or have it reinstated, depending on your situation. I understand how difficult it can be living life without the leisure of driving. Everyone makes mistakes while driving; it’s just a matter of whether or not you get caught. But, some mistakes can cost you.

 

 

Causes of License Suspension

How does a license become suspended? The answer is simple: by breaking the law! There are a number of serious violations that can result in license suspension. Accumulating too many points on your record is one of them. If you get a DWI or DUI in Gloucester County, NJ, it is considered a serious offense that can lead to points, jail time, large fines, and license revocation. Getting charged with a series of traffic violations and speeding tickets or failing to pay fees (perhaps you just forgot!) is also a reason for license suspension. If any of these violations apply to you, contact me right away so I can assess your legal situation.

 

Suspended License Penalties

License reinstatement is a possibility for those who currently have their license revoked. I can create a legal strategy that will help you get some or all of your driving privileges back. But, there are some penalties you will want to avoid while your license is suspended. Trust me; it will only make things worse! Although it may be tempting, refrain from driving while your license is revoked! If you get pulled over, expect the following: enormous fines, possible jail time, added points to your record, added suspension time to your license revocation, and higher difficulty of getting your license reinstated.

 

 

I am well-versed in all types of traffic violations and can help you turn the path of your life around. Contact me so we can talk about how I can assist you with your legal needs. I’m on your side! Let’s steer the situation back into the right direction.

 

What Should I Do if I’ve Received a DUI or a DWI?

Friday, May 6th, 2016

We’ve all made mistakes, right? But the more important question is, “what can you do to make things right again?” It’s actually pretty easy for someone to go a little wild after a few beers, to think that they’re fine, so they end up driving, and then *WHAM*, they’re hit with a DUI. For those of you who have received a DWI or DUI in Gloucester County, NJ, as well as other local areas in New Jersey, the only thing you need to think about is how to make things right again and put your life back on the proper track.

What Can Happen?

Individuals found with a BAC over 0.08% will be charged with a DUI or DWI in New Jersey. And those who are found guilty are faced with possible fines and penalties including community service, jail time, counseling at an Intoxicated Driving Resource Center, loss of driving privileges, interlock, and increased insurance costs. And if previous drunk driving charges are found, the penalties will be even more severe. For the best defense possible and to reduce or even eliminate these penalties, the best thing you can do is to contact Charles Block, one of New Jersey’s top Attorneys at Law. Charles Block is dedicated to protecting an individual’s rights who has been charged with drunk driving.

What Should I Do About It?

Although it is not possible to receive expungement for a DUI or DWI in Camden County, as well as the entire state of New Jersey, Charles Block will provide legal guidance for any individual who has received a charge regarding intoxication. Whether you were charged with being drunk and disorderly, publicly intoxicated, or drunk driving, Charles Block will aggressively fight by your side to ensure that you get the representation you deserve. This experienced defense attorney will do everything in his power to help you get your life back on the right track.

For more information about how to receive the proper representation for a DWI or DUI, contact Charles Block at 856-741-1495.