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Representation For Suspended License Charges In Freehold

A driver’s license suspension could be imposed after an accumulation of points, for drinking and driving or if you have several driving offenses on your record. Unfortunately, many people are charged with the crime of driving while on a suspended license, which is a serious offense that could result in significant penalties, including fines and jail time. At The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, we are experienced in handling suspended driver’s license issues and can aggressively defend your rights and challenge the underlying charges against you.

Now is the time for advocacy. Now is the time for action. Now is the time for results. Call 732-702-0333 or contact us online for a free consultation or case evaluation with our Freehold driving while suspended attorneys.

I Didn’t Know My License Was Suspended — Now What?

If you were arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license, it is important to seek legal counsel as soon as possible. Often people are not properly notified of their suspension or a court has miscalculated the number of offenses on your record. Our attorneys will investigate your case and determine the cause of your suspension. We will also challenge any underlying or pending charges and work strategically to get your license reinstated.

Our firm is comprised of experienced attorneys who can represent you in cases involving:

  • License suspension without notification
  • Miscalculation of points or offenses
  • Improper notice of suspension
  • DWI license suspension
  • Multiple traffic offenses
  • Guilty pleas to speeding

Handling The Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Hearings

In addition to defending you against charges, we will handle administrative consequences and help you save points and, in some cases, prevent the suspension of your license. If you have received a notice that your license may be suspended, we will pursue an appeal on your behalf. We are also conversant in other alternatives, including negotiations with the New Jersey MVC, and we will work to help you get your license back through classes or alternative rehabilitative or work permit options.

Free Consultations With Experienced Attorneys

For a free consultation or more information about our firm, please contact our Freehold, New Jersey, lawyers at 732-702-0333 or contact us online.