Third Offense DWI/DUI in New Jersey

A driver facing a third offense of DWI/DUI in New Jersey (within ten years) will be subject to fines, imprisonment and a ten-year license suspension (among other penalties).

Penalties and Consequences

Here are the fines and punishments that will need to be dealt with when you are facing these charges for a third DUI in New Jersey offense:

  • A fine of $1,000*
  • Imprisonment of 180 days
  • 10-year license suspension
  • Detainment in an in-patient alcoholism treatment program
  • A fee to be paid to the Intoxicated Driver Resource Center dependent upon court sentence
  • An automobile insurance surcharge of $1,500 a year for 3 years
  • Installation of an ignition interlock device for a period of 1 year to 3 years after license restoration

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