Common Driving Offenses

  1. Driving while suspended.
  2. Tailgating.
  3. Reckless driving.
  4. Careless driving.
  5. Speeding.
    • Exceeding maximum speed 1-14 mph over limit
    • Exceeding maximum speed 15-29 mph over limit.
    • Exceeding maximum speed 30 mph or more over limit.
  6. Failure to stop for traffic light.
  7. Improper u-turn.
  8. Improper crossing of bridge
  9. Improper passing of school bus
  10. Leaving the scene of an accident.
  11. New Jersey DWI and DUI (Drunk Driving).

NEW JERSEY TRAFFIC LAWYER

Traffic Lawyer

Having a New Jersey driver's license is an important privilege. Unless you live in an area close to mass transit, the loss of your drivers’ license can have dramatic affects on your way of life, including loss of your job. If you received a traffic or speeding ticket in New Jersey or New York, you have come to the right place, New Jersey Traffic Lawyer. The issuance of a traffic ticket by the police doesn’t automatically mean that you are guilty. What it means is that you have the right to go to court and make the prosecution prove that you committed the offense prohibited by the law of New Jersey and New York.

The consequences for a conviction resulting from traffic tickets may include fines, court costs, community service, points on your license, surcharges, insurance points, license suspension, and increased insurance costs. In addition, traffic tickets can sometimes include the very serious consequence of incarceration for periods as long as 180 days or more. The majority of traffic tickets in New Jersey or New York are simply traffic violations. These include speeding, improper passing, failure to stop at traffic control devices, as well as many others. However, there are several offenses that can be criminal charges, including possession of controlled dangerous substances.

Many traffic tickets carry the severe consequence that your drivers’ license will be suspended. However, many motorists don’t realize that they can lose their license for simply not responding to the ticket or showing up at court appearances. In addition, a warrant can be issued for your arrest for failing to come to court. You should not ignore the traffic ticket. It will not go away and things can only get worse. You have constitutionally protected rights to confront your accuser and have the state prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Call our office to speak to a New Jersey Traffic Attorney

WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER PAY A TRAFFIC TICKET IN NEW JERSEY!

If you pay your traffic ticket without going to court, you're admitting guilt and a conviction for the charged offense will appear on your driving abstract. In addition, you will be assessed the motor vehicle and insurance points that accompany a conviction for the offense. Most importantly, the traffic ticket will be on your driving record and your insurance company will know about your conviction. You should be concerned about your driving record and the cost of your automobile insurance. You should carefully weigh your options before you choose to just accept the ticket as written by the office. Our experienced lawyers can reduce your overall exposure and in many cases either have your ticket dismissed or reduced to a no point violation. By reducing your points, your savings can be sizeable.How to fight a traffic ticket

Your insurance company will use your motor vehicle history to set your insurance premium. If you accumulate points for violations, your insurance rates can be dramatically increased. Insurance companies regularly check their customers' driving records and increase insurance premiums if they find a ticket on your records. The State of New Jersey now has the highest auto insurance rates in the country! Insurance companies see every single point you receive on your New Jersey driving record and raise your insurance rates for three years or up to FIVE years! If your insurance goes up 15 percent for three years because of one ticket, what's the true cost of that ticket? Let's assume you pay $1000 a year in insurance. You would pay an extra $450 ($150 per year) in premiums plus the cost of the ticket, and that's just a conservative estimate. Our lawyers will help you keep your insurance rates low..How to fight a traffic ticket

Motor Vehicle Points are the State’s System of keeping track of good and bad drivers. The even the administrative suspension of your driver’s license. In addition, there are a number of traffic violations and convictions that cause the mandatory suspension or revocations of your license regardless of the number of points on your driving record. A first offense can result in you not being able to drive for an extended period of time. Our lawyers will help you reduce or eliminate the points associated with your traffic ticket and help you maintain your driving privileges! How to fight a traffic ticket.