New Jersey Traffic Ticket Lawyer

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Traffic Violation Attorney in NJ Helps Clients Resolve Citations and Arrests for Traffic Offenses in Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County, Mercer County, and Beyond

If you’ve been stopped for speeding, running a red light, or making an illegal turn, a traffic ticket can ruin your day and week. However, don’t decide to just pay the ticket without speaking with a New Jersey traffic ticket lawyer about your rights and options. Depending on the facts of your case, you may have defense strategies available to you to fight your ticket. Let the legal team at LaBletta & Walters LLC help. Our firm was founded with the mission to provide clients exceptional legal representation. We work closely with you to develop a strategy aimed at achieving your goals and objectives. And as experienced litigators, we will not hesitate to fight for you in court if necessary.

Don’t assume that paying a traffic ticket is “no big deal.” Convictions for traffic violations can have long-term consequences, such as the accumulation of points on your driving records that can lead to a license suspension or insurance surcharges. Contact LaBletta & Walters LLC today for a confidential consultation to learn how a traffic violation attorney in NJ can help you fight your traffic ticket.

Driving Violations Our Firm Can Help You With

At LaBletta & Walters LLC, a New Jersey traffic ticket lawyer can advocate for a fair and favorable resolution for you when you’ve gotten a ticket for traffic violations such as:

  • Speeding
  • Improper passing
  • Failure to observe a stop/yield sign or traffic signal
  • Unsafe lane changes
  • Tailgating
  • Improper passing of a school bus
  • Careless driving
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Racing

Penalties Imposed by Traffic Tickets

Traffic tickets carry two types of penalties: fines and driving points. Fines for traffic tickets may be as low as $50 for a first-time violation to hundreds or thousands of dollars for more serious offenses like multiple DWI offenses or leaving the scene of an accident. People convicted of traffic offenses must also pay court costs of $34.

Because New Jersey does not remove traffic convictions from a motorist’s driving record, traffic tickets can also lead to other financial consequences such as increased auto insurance premiums. Since insurance companies can access your driving record, an insurer may deem traffic offenses as a sign that you are a riskier driver and therefore should pay higher insurance premiums to reflect that risk.

Many traffic violations also impose points on your driving record. Minor violations impose two points, while more serious offenses have higher point totals, reaching as high as eight points for the most severe offenses. In New Jersey’s points system, three points automatically come off a driver’s record for every year they are offense-free. A driver can also take an approved defensive driving course every five years, an MVC driver improvement course every two years, or a probationary driver program to remove points from their record.

Accumulating six points within three years results in the imposition of an annual surcharge for three years of $150 plus $25 for every point over six on your record. Certain traffic offenses also have mandatory surcharges regardless of the number of points on your record, such as driving without a license or with an expired license, driving with a suspended license, operating an uninsured vehicle, DWI, and refusing to submit to an Alcotest breath test or blood alcohol test.

Accumulating 12 or more points within two years also results in suspension of driving privileges, with the length of suspension dependent on the number of points a driver currently has on their record.

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How Can a New Jersey Traffic Ticket Lawyer Help You with a Citation?

Depending on the facts of your case, you may have options for fighting a traffic ticket. You may be able to challenge the legality of the traffic stop or prove that the police officer didn’t have sufficient, reliable evidence to issue the citation. Let a traffic violation attorney in NJ from LaBletta & Walters LLC help you pursue a favorable resolution of your traffic ticket by:

  • Investigating the traffic stop and gathering evidence to support your defense strategy
  • Exploring your legal options and discussing your needs and goals with you to determine an action plan to pursue your preferred outcome
  • Preparing you for what to expect during the hearing on your traffic ticket
  • Moving to dismiss your ticket if the police committed procedural violations
  • Advocating in your defense if you choose to pursue a hearing to contest your ticket

Contact LaBletta & Walters LLC for a Confidential Consultation to Discuss Your Options with a Traffic Violation Attorney in NJ

Although it may seem like you have no way to beat a traffic ticket, you may have certain defense strategies available to you, depending on the facts of your case. Contact our firm today for an initial case evaluation to speak with a New Jersey traffic ticket lawyer about your legal options for fighting your traffic ticket.

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