Child Support Suspensions Challenged

Child Support Suspensions Challenged

Child support suspensions of New Jersey driver’s licenses were challenged last Friday by a class action lawsuit filed in the New Jersey Superior Court. The suit challenges the practice of imposing child support suspensions of driver’s licenses on parents behind on support payments, claiming the automatic suspensions are unconstitutional and contrary to the “clearly expressed legislative intent.”

“New Jersey is the only state in the country that suspends license in this way”, said David Perry Davis, a Pennington, NJ attorney who filed the class action civil rights matter.

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