ANSWER: Yes in 98%* of the cases Attorney H. Scott Aalsberg, Esq., has handled he has reduced or eliminated the suspension time his clients faced. But you must call our office now and setup a free in office consultation. An appeal must be filed prior to the start of your suspension otherwise your NJ drivers license will be suspended.
ANSWER: It depends, if your NJ Drivers license was suspended for a prior DWI, No Insurance or you drove while your drivers license was suspended and were involved in an Accident probably yes. If you were suspended for unpaid tickets probably not. Unfortunately, because you missed your original court date you are much more likely to go to jail because you probably have a warrant for your arrest and now face an additional 180 days in jail for contempt of court on top of the time you could do for your driving while suspended ticket. However, with Attorney's H. Scott Aalsberg, Esq. 98%* success rate on your side, you put the best chance of reducing and eliminating any jail time you face.
ANSWER: Yes, we can help you reduce or eliminate the charges and penalties your face for a driving while suspended ticket, but you must go to court with our lawyer as the court told you. Unlike a regular traffic ticket a driving while suspended ticket in NJ is a mandatory court appearance ticket. You must go to court otherwise a warrant for your arrest will be issued by the judge. If you fail to go to court you could face additional jail time and license suspension. The best thing to do is to make the trip back to NJ and hire Attorney H. Scott Aalsberg to represent you to fight the ticket and win!