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, […]

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, […]

Three Point Traffic Ticket New Jersey

NJ Three Point Traffic Ticket Attorney A majority of New Jersey issued moving violations carry what we commonly referred to as “points”. These points attach to our driver’s abstract and follow us around at Municipal Court, DMV and even with Car Insurance Providers. Excessive accumulation of motor vehicle points may result in yearly surcharges, increased […]

8 Point Ticket: Leaving the Scene of an Accident Involving Personal Injury

Points on Your License for Leaving the Scene of an Accident N.J.S.A. 39:4-129 There is only one ticket in New Jersey that carries eight (8) points. The ticket I am referring to is Leaving the Scene of an Accident, involving injury, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:4-129. In addition to the mandatory loss of license, the court […]