If convicted of a DUI offense in New Jersey, your license will be suspended for a set period. This suspension starts at three months for a first offense (seven months if your BAC was above .10), and gets longer for subsequent DUI convictions.
A man who has had multiple DUI convictions and a suspended driver's license will no longer be able to operate a train. The man worked for the New Jersey Transit as a train engineer; however, he is not working as an engineer any longer. His driver's license was suspended for 10 years because of his repeat DWI violations.
Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol can have unfavorable consequences. A conviction can mean the loss of driving privileges, fines, fees and some embarrassment. A person facing these types of charges should learn what the possible penalties mean and speak to someone who can help create a defense with the best possible outcome.
When you get a DUI or a DWI, your license can be suspended. This means you're not to drive at all until you get it back, whether you're sober or not. If you are pulled over driving on that suspended license, you could face a number of punishments, including the following:
A conviction for drinking and driving may not result in a long jail sentence, particularly for first offenses. But the judge has the power to impose strict penalties nevertheless. Among the most impactful ways a DUI sentence can affect your life is the loss of your driver’s license.