License Suspension
Greg Prosmushkin
Dec 28, 2018

Having your License Suspended is a real nuisance. How are you supposed to function in society on a day to day basis without transportation? This is precisely why the majority of people who have their license suspended continue to drive, in spite of their suspension. Unfortunately, neither the police officer who pulls you over nor the judge who you appear before in court will have any sympathy for your otherwise fairly rational “but I needed to drive because…” excuse. As a first time offender, you will be facing $500 in fines and up to an additional 6 months suspension. Subsequent offenses may yield larger fines, as well as even more suspension time, and certain situations may result in statutorily enhanced sentences.

While everyone appreciates the sense of freedom that comes with driving a car, it is also a privilege that can easily be taken away. Individuals can have their driver’s license suspended for a number of violations, including failure to pay a fine, accumulating points on your license, number of accidents or driving while impaired; this issue, however, can be compounded further. Driving with a suspended license in Trenton is a serious offense, sometimes carrying heavy fines and possible jail time. It is also incredibly inconvenient to lose your license for an even further extended amount of time because it can negatively impact your personal and professional life.

Why You Should Hire One of Our Attorneys

So if you are ticketed for Driving While Suspended in Trenton you should retain a Trenton lawyer. The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. located in Trenton can help you to contest this matter. In New Jersey, the prosecutor must prove that you were both the operator of the vehicle and that your license was suspended at that time. There are multiple avenues by which we can contest the charge, whether it be that the suspension was invalid because of a lack of notice, the prosecutor is unable to meet their burden of proof if the police officer does not appear, or for any number of other reasons. In the alternative route, we make take, the prosecutor may be open to a plea to a lesser offense. They will most likely be amicable to such a deal, so long as you satisfy any outstanding surcharges, traffic tickets, or parking violations with the MVC beforehand. We can help you to make the necessary arrangements.

This situation can be managed with appropriate assistance. Just don’t get back behind the wheel and make things worse by receiving more tickets. Instead, call The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. today for help. Come in and meet with us to discuss your case – have a friend or family member give you a ride. We will help you to restore your license and minimize the consequences of the Driving While Suspended charge.

This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.