Unlicensed Driver Ticket Downgraded in Monmouth County

Traffic Ticket Attorney Wall Township, New Jersey Our Monmouth County Law Firm specializes in traffic and criminal violations in the Monmouth County area. With attorneys who were born and raised in Monmouth County and offices located primarily out of Monmouth County, our firm has the resources necessary to handle your cases. Moreover, our attorneys are […]

Leaving the Scene of an Accident Ticket, N.J.S.A. 39:4-129, Dismissed in Monmouth County

Motor Vehicle Accident Attorney New Jersey Were you involved in a hit a run? More specifically, did you cause injury to another or damage to property as a result of a motor vehicle accident? If so, it is imperative that you immediately stop your vehicle and contact the authorities. Failure to do so will result […]

5 Point Speeding Ticket Downgraded to Zerio Point Violation

New Jersey Speeding Ticket Attorneys Everyone has caught themselves with a “heavy foot” once in a while. The real question becomes, have the police? IF you or someone you know were pulled-over for Speeding in New Jersey, you could be looking at some serious ramifications, depending upon the speed. New Jersey Judges are becoming more […]

Client Charged With 6 Traffic Violations, including Leaving the Scene of an Accident, has Charges Dismissed

New Jersey Traffic Ticket Attorney Everyday, motorists are stopped and pulled-over for violating New Jersey’s motor vehicle violations. Depending on the predicate offense, you could be facing a licenses suspension, points on your driver’ license, insurance premium hikes, or even jail time in some instances. Charges like Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Careless Driving, […]

Unlicensed Driver Ticket in Monmouth County Downgraded to Touring Violation

N.J.S.A. 39:3-10(b) Unlicensed Driver Ticket Attorney Whether you a a recent immigrant or a long-standing “on again off again” licensed driver, being stopped and ticketed for being an Unlicensed Driver, in violation of N.J.S.A. 39:3-10, can have serious consequences. Not only are you facing upwards of sixty (60) days in county jail, but you will […]

Speeding Ticket for 36 Miles Over the Speed Limit Downgraded to Unsafe Operation

Speeding Ticket Attorney New Jersey The overwhelming majority majority of speeding charges in New Jersey are established via radar as opposed to the “pacing” method. In terms of the type of radar employed, most New Jersey speeding cases involve the K-55 radar. Provided the radar is properly set up, has been tested for accuracy and is functioning correctly, […]

Leaving The Scene of an Accident and Failure to Report Accident Tickets Dismissed for Out-of-State Driver in Bergen County

Bergen County Traffic Ticket Attorneys NJ Were you involved in a car accident? Were you aware or was the damage so slight and minor that you didn’t even realize what happened? Regardless, if a bystander saw what happened, you could be facing serious charges for leaving the scene of an accident, in violation of 39:4-129, […]

8 Points in Traffic Tickets Dismissed in Lieu of No-Point Traffic Ticket

Mercer County Traffic Ticket Attorney With Some of New Jersey’s Biggest roadways running through it, Mercer County is a hub for motor vehicle traffic. Roads like 295, 195, I-95, Route 1 and Route 206, It is no surprise that Local Police and New Jersey State Troopers are handing out Speeding Tickets, under N.J.S.A. 39:4-98, and […]

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 […]

3rd Driving While Suspended Dismissed to Avoid Mandatory Incarceration in Mercer County

N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 Suspended License Ticket Attorney Were you recently stopped and charged with Driving While Suspended? If you are a New Jersey Motorists facing charges for Operating a Motor Vehicle While Suspended, you are facing some of the most serious penalties available in the traffic law context. Specifically, you are looking at upwards of 90 days […]

Driving While Suspended Ticket Dismissed in Hudson County

N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 Traffic Violation Dismissed at Trial Driving While Suspended Tickets in New Jersey carry the possibility of Jail and the Suspension of your driving privileges (this in addition to the thousands of dollars in fines and Motor Vehicle Commission Surcharges). Moreover, if you are involved in an accident while operating your motor vehicle under […]

N.J.S.A. 39:3-37.1(b) Allowing Unlicensed Person to Drive Ticket Dismissed

NJ Traffic Ticket Attorney New Traffic Tickets are issued nearly every minute throughout the State of New Jersey. If you fall victim to one of these traffic violations, take some solace in knowing that you are just one of many. If you were ticketed for Speeding, Driving While Suspended, Improper Passing, or Reckless Driving, the […]

Careless Driving Amended to No-Point $56 Ticket

Careless driving Ticket Downgraded to Cheaper No-Point Ticket Careless Driving is that “catch-all” traffic ticket that can apply to almost any type of driving. The language of the statute is intentionally vague so that it may cover almost any situation. All that needs to happen is: 1) driving a vehicle without due caution or circumspection, and 2) […]

Five (5) Point Reckless Driving Ticket and Accident Amended to Zero (0) Point Violation

Defendant Charged With Reckless Driving for Fault in an Accident has Ticket Significantly Reduced Often times, those individuals who are at fault in a “fender-bender” or “t-bone”type of accident will be charged with Careless Driving, under N.J.S.A. 39:4-97, or Reckless Driving, under N.J.S.A. 39:4-96. For our purposes, this blog will focus on Reckless Driving laws […]

Four Point Traffic Tickets in New Jersey

Four (4) Point Tickets in New Jersey As most New Jersey Drivers are aware, a majority of our state’s traffic violations carry the ancillary consequence/penalty known as motor vehicle points. Depending on the type of offense and the circumstances surrounding your charge, you could be facing anywhere between zero (0) and eight (8) points for […]