Unless you make a habit of being pulled over while driving on a suspended or revoked license, you probably won’t go to jail.
It’s very common that a driver will be pulled over and learn for the first time that their license has been suspended.
And while it’s not ideal to discover that information in that scenario, it can actually help your case if you can convincingly argue that the state never notified you of the suspension.
If you haven’t been notified, you can’t take steps to remedy the situation, and you have no reason to believe that driving your car is a violation.
Under these circumstances, it’s very difficult for a prosecutor to convict you of wrongdoing.
The key to maintaining your license, avoiding steep fines, and correcting the situation is to work with an attorney who deals with these cases all the time.
Attorney Matthew Reisig helps drivers across New Jersey push back when they’re charged with driving on a suspended license.
Call 732-625-9661 today and talk to an experienced suspended license attorney who can help you get back in the driver’s seat.