More than two years after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that thousands of defendants were convicted of drunken driving based on faulty evidence, those parties may soon get a chance to clear their names. But the slow pace of the proceedings is causing frustration for some attorneys and litigants.

Defendants should begin receiving letters from the court later this week on how to file for relief from drunken driving convictions obtained based on breath test results that were later deemed inadmissible, said judiciary spokesman Pete McAleer.