You Can Lose Your License Because Of A Drug Charge
In New Jersey, a drug charge — even minor possession of drug paraphernalia — can cause you to lose your driver’s license. You don’t have to be caught driving under the influence of drugs or be caught in possession of drugs in your car. In fact, the charge doesn’t have to involve your car or driving at all. A driver’s license suspension is just one of the many consequences of a drug conviction.
A simple marijuana possession conviction can result in a two-year driver’s license suspension.
Having your driver’s license suspended is more than an inconvenience — it will interfere with your ability to get to and from work, go to the grocery store, bring your kids to school and live your life.
At the Law Offices of Thomas Carroll Blauvelt, LLC, I understand that losing your driver’s license is a big deal. I am here to help prevent that.
For over 25 years, residents of New Jersey and New York have turned to me, lawyer Thomas Blauvelt, for help after a drug charge. Why?
- My former experience as a prosecutor. I know how the other side thinks, the steps they will take and how to undermine their case.
- My reputation as an aggressive litigator. I am not afraid of court. If litigation is the best way to get results, I will take your case to trial.
- My track record of success. Over the years, I have secured countless drug charge dismissals or reductions, helped clients avoid jail and helped them keep their drivers’ licenses.
Most importantly, my clients know I will fight for them.