I would contact a DUI attorney in New Jersey to find out what the implications would be of ARD in Pennsylvania.Ask a similar question
Mr. Cooper is an outstanding DUI attorney and his firm has offices in both PA and NJ. Call him. He and other members of his firm have successfully defended several people I've referred over the years and can absolutely help you make the best out of your situation.
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The NJ DMV can only act on a conviction. If this is your 1st DUI and you are eligible for ARD, consider it a gift and take it. If you meet all requirements, the DUI is dismissed without you ever entering a plea. NJ really has no legal basis to act against you and your insurance rates will remain unchanged. That said if you were accepted into ARD you should also have an attorney and really need to ask him this question to be certain, best of luck.
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New jersey does not suspend for a PA ARD because they do not have a similar type of first time offender's program
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