You will have to attend hearing at NJMVC in Trenton and explain why you were driving on a suspended license. You may likely be able to reduce the length of the suspension depending on your circumstances and your driving record to date. If you found this response helpful, kindly consider showing your appreciation by marking it "BEST ANSWER" or "HELPFUL". Good luck.
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Great advice from Attorney Murray. Do not miss your hearting date.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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What are you suspended for in the first place. there are defenses such as notice that can be put forth at a hearing at MVC.
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