Speeding Ticket Dismissed at Trial

Speeding Ticket N.J.S.A. 39:4-98 Attorney NJ

Speeding tickets, under N.J.S.A. 39:4-98,  are some of the most common traffic violations in New Jersey. This is partially do to the “traps” police set up to catch motorists exceeding the speed limit. These officers generally use radar guns to clock your speed. These radar guns must be tested and tuned before each use to demonstrate their veracity and reliability should your case proceed to trial. If you are convicted of Speeding as a New Jersey driver, you could be facing anywhere from 2-5 points on your drivers license, as well as possible suspension of your driving privileges where your speed is so excessive to demonstrate an egregious act.

If you or someone you know have been ticketed for speeding, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:4-98, in New Jersey, call (877) 450-8301. Our team of trial attorneys (some of which are former prosecutors themselves) can provide you with the skills and expertise required to fight your ticket. The initial consultation is always provided free of charge.

Speeding Ticket From 2008 Dismissed in Union County Municipal Court

Recently, I help a client resolve an old speeding ticket in a Union County Municipal Court. Specifically, our client had been charged with speeding in 2008. However, my client disputed that he was the driver and we demanded a trial to resolve this potential identification issue. At trial, I was able o demonstrate that the State lacked the requisite proofs to proceed with their prosecution. Accordingly, on my motion the judge granted a dismissal of all charges. This helped save my client from 4 points on his driver’s license, fines, surcharges, and possible insurance premium increases.

Needless to say, Speeding tickets, while common, are a serious offense. An attorney can help negotiate a better plea offer, reducing your points and fines, and preventing a license suspension. Call our traffic ticket attorneys at 1 (877) 450-8301 and find out how we can help you minimize the damage a speeding ticket can really cause.

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