What Will Happen if I Drive Without a License in New Jersey

New Jersey takes their road laws very seriously. Car accidents in New Jersey are way more common than they should be. That is why the courts in New Jersey are never hesitant to penalize those who disobey traffic laws. If you have been issued a ticket for driving with a suspended, revoked, or no license at all, you will face serious consequences that can have a long-term impact on your life. The Law Offices of George J. Mardinly have successfully represented clients with severe traffic violations for over 20 years. If you are wondering what your options are if you drive without a license, know that you are not alone. Our legal experienced New Jersey traffic violation attorneys are ready to fight for you. Contact us today for a consultation.

What are the penalties if I drive without a license in New Jersey?

You may find yourself in serious trouble if law enforcement catches you operating a vehicle without a valid license. Driving without a license in New Jersey can result in fines up to $500 and imprisonment for up to 180 days, depending on the situation.

Whether your license is suspended, revoked, or you never had one, you can be subject to large fines and extensive jail time. If you have been issued a ticket for driving without a driver’s license in New Jersey, you must retain an experienced attorney that can help you protect your future. The Law Offices of George J. Mardinly is committed to helping you with this situation.

What are the consequences if I drive with a suspended license?

If you received a ticket for driving with a suspended license, you may face very serious penalties. In some circumstances, you may be in jeopardy of losing your driving privileges altogether. Many people fined for driving with a suspended license are fined a minimum of $500. If your license was suspended as a result of a DUI and you are caught driving without a valid license anyway, the consequences can be even harsher. New Jersey will require that you lose your license for 1 to 2 years and may face up to 90 days in jail and surcharges of $250 annually for 3 consecutive years.

A knowledgeable New Jersey traffic violation attorney may be able to assist you in fighting this ticket and reduce the penalties and charges. Contact The Law Offices of George J. Mardinly today to get started.

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