Can I lose My License on Drug Charge in NJ?

How to Avoid a License Loss on Drug Charge in NJ

One of the most crippling penalties associated with any drug charge conviction in New Jersey, outside of the potential jail sentence, is the mandatory loss of license. Pursuant to NJSA 2C:35-16, anyone convicted in New Jersey of drug offense, whether it be simple possession of marijuana all the way up to leader of a drug trafficking network will be facing a mandatory loss of their driving privileges unless court finds there are enough compelling circumstances warranting an exception. As you will see below, this loss of license must be not less than six (6) months but not more than two (2) years.Read More