New Jersey Traffic Ticket Attorney for Leaving the Scene of an Accident
Knowingly leaving the scene of an accident in New Jersey (N.J.S.A.39:4-129) carries forceful punishments from the state of New Jersey. A conviction will immediately cause your license to be suspended for six months to a year, for your first offense. Additionally, you will be slapped with expensive fines and fees.
With those kinds of harsh penalties on the line, don’t risk trying to handle the matter on your own. You need someone who knows how to navigate these situations, minimizing penalties or getting them thrown out all together.
At The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, our lawyers know what needs to be done. We will evaluate your unique situations to understand the circumstances of the accident and why you left. From there, we can help you fight the charges in a manner customized to your situation.
Leaving the Scene of Accident Ticket in New Jersey
We will force the state to provide sufficient evidence that you were operating the vehicle, knew that you were part of the accident and knowingly left the scene. From there, charges will depend on:
- The type of motor vehicle violation
- Whether the accident involved serious bodily harm
- Whether the accident resulted in property damage and to what extent
- If criminal activity was at play in the situation
- DMV points that have been accrued
We know how to handle these cases, and we’ve assisted hundreds of clients in getting past these charges.
Let us help you. Call us today at (877) 450-8301. We offer free consultations, and we are ready to help defend you from harsh, costly consequences.