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What procedures need to be taken to restore driving privileges in the state of New Jersey when a judgment has suspended your driving privileges due to a lawsuit involving an auto accident?

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2005-11-17 00:03:26
2005-11-17 00:03:26

Talk to the judge that made that judgment. Try to work with the system to see what they want you to do. Maybe it will be a defensive driving course. Maybe it will be some kind of assurance that you have insurance. Maybe you will have to report to a parole officer. Whatever it takes it will be best if you work within the system to get your drivers privileges back. Be humble without being spinless, let the judge know that you want to work things out and that you'll follow his requirments.

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