4 Point Speeding Ticket Reduced to No Points

NJ Traffic Ticket Attorney

Most New Jersey drivers, at least at one point during their lives, have been pulled over for Speeding, in violation of N.J.S.A. 39:4-98. Depending on your speed and the location of the offense (construction zone, school zone, etc.) these charges can carry significant fines, up to a five (5) points assessment by New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, plus any other hikes in your insurance premiums based on your providers practices. Moreover, depending on your driving record, these points, ranging from two (2) to five (5) based on your speed, may push you over the threshold for yearly DMV surcharges and/or an administrative suspension. With all of the ancillary repercussions, it is in your best interest to seek out consultation with an experienced New Jersey Traffic Attorney on the law. This consultation may provide your with the best tactics and strategies applicable to defend against your Speeding ticket.

The Lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall offer countless years of experience as both former Municipal and County Prosecutors. Our background with the law provides our clients with the necessary skills and resources required to handle their traffic or criminal charges. If you or someone you know have been issued a summons for Speeding, or any other moving violation for that matter, call the attorneys at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall today at (877) 450-8301. We can help ease the stress and anxiety that your Speeding charges are causing.

Four Point Speeding Ticket Driving Ticket Amended to No Point $156 Municipal Fine

Recently, I appeared on a traffic ticket in northern New Jersey for a Speeding summons. My client already had eleven (11) points on his driver’s license and, if convicted of this four (4) point speeding ticket, he would be subject to an administrative suspension from NJ MVC of 30 days. Thanks in part to successful negotiating, we were able to amend to Speeding ticket to a no point moving violation that also carried a reduced fine. By avoiding the Speeding ticket conviction, not only did my client manage to prevent any administrative loss of license, but he also was able to avoid what would have been a $25 monthly increase in his insurance rates. If you or someone in your family were stopped and ticketed for a moving violation in New Jersey, contact an experienced traffic defense firm equipped to handle your case. At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, our attorneys are former municipal and county prosecutors who understand how best to handle criminal and traffic cases. For you complimentary initial consultation call (877) 450-8301. Our attorneys can be reached 24/7 for your convenience.

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