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The only scientific way to determine whether a driver is under the influence is through blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Your BAC can be tested with a simple Breathalyzer test…

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Driving is a privilege, not a right. If you break traffic laws, your driving privileges could be suspended or revoked resulting in fines and even imprisonment. The seriousness of your violations – and resulting penalties…

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Surcharges are fines assessed by MVC on an annual basis for drivers who have earned excessive points or committed a specific violation such as DUI. Surcharges are in addition to any court fines/penalties…

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If your driving privileges have been suspended, you will need to pay a Restoration Fee of $100. If the judge did not take your license in court, you must surrender it at any…

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Your Commercial Driver License (CDL) is at risk if you are convicted of any violations − even those involving non-commercial motor vehicles…

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A Felony is called a “crime” in New Jersey. A Misdemeanor is generally called a Disorderly Person’s offense in New Jersey. New Jersey does not call criminal offenses felonies or misdemeanors…

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In order to file for a divorce in New Jersey, either spouse must have been a resident of the State for at least one year prior to the filing of the action. The only exception to the one year residency…

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