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Traffic Tickets

If you have received a traffic ticket in New Jersey, you may be well aware of the prospective consequences.  If you are found guilty or enter a guilty plea, you could see yourself spending a great deal of money for court costs, fines, and surcharges.  However, that’s not all. Motor vehicle violations can also represent an accumulation of points, as well as license suspension and revocation.  

Just in case you were not aware, there are circumstances where you could wind up in jail for some traffic offenses.  In New Jersey, driving while under the influence (DWI) is a traffic offense, most often heard in municipal court.

Our New Jersey lawyers at DiFrancia & DeDona, P.C., we are available to address your need for legal representation when it comes to traffic tickets.  Unfortunately, driving is considered a privilege and not a right within the judicial system. Therefore, you will benefit from a legal advocate when confronted with the astronomical expense and the prospect of losing your license.

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Offenses Attorneys

The collection of laws regarding motor vehicle offenses is found in Title 39 of the New Jersey State Statutes.  Among other things, a citation for any moving violation may come with motor vehicle points.  An accumulation of motor vehicle points over a specified time period may cause you to lose your license.  Here is a breakdown of some common traffic offenses and the points assigned upon conviction or a guilty plea:

  • Operating constructor vehicle in excess of 45 mph 3 points
  • Failure to yield to pedestrian in crosswalk 2 points
  • Racing on highway 5 points
  • Failure to keep right  2 points
  • Tailgating 5 points
  • Reckless driving 5 points
  • Exceeding maximum speed 30 mph or more over limit 5 points
  • Improper passing of school bus  5 points

Your driving privileges are just one aspect of concern. You should not only be apprehensive about losing your license, but also about the fees that may be assessed to you. Additionally, insurance companies pull driver abstracts to determine rates.
At DiFrancia & DeDona, P.C., we evaluate the circumstances concerning your traffic ticket. We provide you with experienced legal advice based on our review. Out attorneys will advocate on your behalf and present you with the best possible options.

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If you have received a traffic summons, you should review your legal rights with an attorney with experience in motor vehicle violations. Before you decide to pay that ticket or appear in court alone, take the time to contact us to learn how we can assist you.

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