If you’re suspended for a DWI in New Jersey, you should under no circumstances be driving an automobile. In New Jersey, there are no hardship licenses after you have been convicted for a DWI, there are no school licenses, there are no ‘I have to go to work’ licenses, it is simply do not drive. If you do drive, the penalties for driving while suspended for a DUI are enhanced and can result in jail time and further suspension.
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