I used to live in New Jersey and never had a Lic. there, just an ID card which is issued with what I guess your Lic # would be, if you had one. My Issue is I live in Colorado, and do have a Lic. here, but when I tried to renew it I was told that I my driving privilege is suspended in the state of New Jersey due to $ 2400.00 in overtime meter, and street sweeping tickets, a $100.00 bench warrant, and a $100.00 fine for abandonment of a vehicle. This is a lot of money to pay, and due to not having driving privileges I can not obtain employment. I also do not have the means to go to New Jersey to answer to these charges. I called the New Jersey court system and spoke to the court clerk who advised me to write a letter of hardship explaining why I could not come to NJ to answer, and how I plan to rectify, so that he (The Clerk) may present to the Judge on my behalf. My question is what is reasonable to suggest to the judge in my hardship letter to satisfy these outstanding charges, due to me being unemployed and again not being able to obtain employment, and my wife being the sole financial supporter for our entire family consisting of five children and our selves? Or should I not suggest and request the judge to determine? Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated.