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.
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a criminal trial attorney, Jason A. Volet focuses his practice exclusively on criminal and municipal defense in New Jersey and New York. He earned his B.A. in political science from Rutgers College in 1995 and his J.D. from the Hofstra University School of Law in 1998. Mr. Volet began his career in the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, where he gained extensive experience prosecuting both juvenile and adult offenders. Now, as a criminal defense attorney, he uses that experience to fight for the rights of individuals who have been charged with a crime.