Consequences of DWI and DUI Convictions in NJ
H. Scott Aalsberg, Esq., P.C.
The Winning DWI Lawyer
If your found guilty to any DWI or DUI in the State of New Jersey you will be
subject to the following 10 NJ DWI Penalties: (No Exceptions)
Please note: A DWI or DUI charge in New Jersey are considered
one and the same with the exact same penalties if convicted


1. You will Face a minimum of up to 30 days in jail.

2. Lose your right to drive for a minimum of 3 months

3.  You will have a permanent record on your drivers license which can never be
expunged or deleted.  This may prevent you from finding employment, seeking financial
aid, buying a house, or renting an apartment.

4. You will have to pay Fines, Surcharges and Court Costs which can range from a
minimum of $3,500.00 to $4,500.00.

5. If you are lucky and get only Probation instead of jail or in addition to jail, you will have
to submit to random drug and urine testing and pay a fee to the probation department. If
you violate Probation such as stay out later than your allowed, travel outside a
designated area, leave the state or country you will generally go immediately to jail.

6. In indictable DWI/DUI matters (4th degree or higher), you will be required to provide a
DNA sample, which could be used by law enforcement for the investigation of other
criminal activity, and pay for the cost of testing.

7. You must pay restitution if the court finds there is a victim who has suffered a loss.
(example: if you were in an accident you will have to pay the victim for the damages to his
car or property)

8. If you are a public employee of a government agency, school teacher or an office
holder, you can may be required to forfeit your job, pension or office when found guilty.

9. You may be required to do Community Service. (Mandatory for 2nd Offense NJ DWI or
DUI charges)

10. Increased costs for homeowners, apartment, life and car insurance due to the fact that
you are considered a "poor moral hazard." The increased cost in insurance alone over
the next 3 years can in most cases easily pay for the cost of representation thus, we can
save you even more money than what our fee will cost you today.
H. SCOTT AALSBERG, ESQ., P.C.
Attorneys at Law
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1028 Route #23 North, Wayne, N.J. 07470
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5 Important Facts for All NJ
DWI and DUI Cases
  1. In NJ It does not matter
    how much you drank but
    how much the State of
    NJ can prove you drank
  2. In NJ Just because the
    breath test is over .08
    does not mean your
    guilty of a DWI. Proper
    procedures in operating
    the test must have been
    performed.
  3. In NJ Just because you
    refused a DWI test does
    not mean that your also
    guilty of a DWI
  4. In NJ no provisions exist
    for a "to work license" or
    a "special hardship
    license" to drive but the
    judge may issue a
    temporary  license to
    drive home from court.
  5. A NJ DWI Arrest does
    not equal a conviction,
    put our success in over
    8000 cases to work for
    you.