NJ drivers with suspended licenses can now attend free forums to get advice on how to restore their driving privilege. The "Full Speed Ahead" fairs are to be held for offering people free tips on how to get back on the NJ roads.
Advocates will provide information for drivers on how to lift suspensions and understand the state's laws on what triggered such suspension. Presently, there are more than 400 grounds for license suspension in New Jersey, including medical reasons, fraud, failure to pay child support, and unpaid judgments. Suspensions are imposed by the NJ municipal courts, superior courts, and the NJMVC, formerly the NJDMV.
The training series is being offered in February 2009 and March 2009 in Essex, Union, Mercer, Camden and Passaic counties.
If you need to hire an attorney to assist you with restoring your NJ driving privilege, speak to a former NJ municipal prosecutor, Thomas Carroll Blauvelt, LLC. Our 24/7 toll freehotline is 1-877-676-7729.
Thomas C. Blauvelt, Esq., is a former NJ Municipal Prosecutor and Managing Partner, Law Offices of Thomas Carroll Blauvelt, LLC, with offices in Edison, Bridgewater, Whitehouse Station. His 24/7 toll free hotline is open now at 1-877-676-7729.