After I went to court and other parties didn't attend 3x I was told by public defender to pay fines which I did. Now 3 years later I have to attend court for the additional 2 .tickets that were not in system.Can the town do this?
They may or may not be able to do this, an attorney would need to ask you and the court a lot of question starting with ,one like were the tickets issued and served on you, the reason why they were not in the system, were the tickets sent to another court thus a double jeopardy problem. That...Read more »
I brought my computer in for external repair (Screen Frame replacement). The company mistakenly recycled my computer. They provided me with a new one, but it wasn't the same as the one I previously had. They also promised to recover my hard drive but have never followed up on the status of the... Read more »
The answer depends on many factors from how valuable your data was to you, to whether you signed a limitation of liability when you took the computer in for repair. You will probably need to setup a consultation with a lawyer and that in and of itself will cost money for the attorneys time so...Read more »
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He should speak with a lawyer to see what his best options are we are not allowed to give specific legal advise on this website, plus we don't know the facts of his case to do this even if we were allowed to.
if you receive a warning in new jersey for failing to stop for a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk will that increase your auto insurance rates. Not a ticket but a warning. I have a camera in my car and the video shows nothing except a cop waving to turn left. Can I contest this ?
Can i get this ticket dismissed since none of the information identifies it was me. The person they put on the ticket owns the car but wasn’t driving. The tickets i got was for speeding and not providing insurance
Generally you won't get it dismissed instead they will consider this a clerical error and re-issue the ticket under the correct information for you the driver. I suggest hiring a lawyer if your looking to get the best result for your case. Most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer a free in...Read more »
Should I get a lawyer? This is my first offense and I’m extremely lost and unsure it was the middle of the night no cars were on the road and I never wish to harm others this is the first time I got fines let alone pulled over and got a ticket.
Yes you need a good traffic ticket lawyer as you are probably charged with allowing an unlicensed driver to drive your car. If you get convicted of this offense which is I would assume 39:3-37.1(a) which carries a fines up to $500 and or up to 15 days in Jail. Thus yes you need a lawyer and a good...Read more »
She was stopped by police for having a suspended license, which I did not know about. A few days later I receive notification from attorney offices advising me to get counsel. I am wondering what are my rights here and what should I do?
Yes you need a good traffic ticket lawyer as you are probably charged with allowing an unlicensed driver to drive your car. If you get convicted of this offense which is I would assume 39:3-37.1(a) which carries a fines up to $500 and or up to 15 days in Jail. Thus yes you need a lawyer and a...Read more »
we have many credit card companies and debt collectors sending letters of condolance and saying she owed money but it is past the 9 months and we do not have enough funds to pay them all, can we distribute what is left legally to the heirs?
You need to speak to a lawyer. IN general, the executor of the will or administrator of a New Jersey estate should pay all debts before they distribute any assets otherwise they could face rather severe penalties.
Hello, I have a personal injury lawsuit on my hands due to someone falling on my property and having injury due to them not following my walk way and cutting across my property/lawn while working for a Big company. The Case was filed in Superior Court; Civil Division, but in the wrong County.... Read more »
In general, It is a disorderly persons offense, BUT it does appear on many people's CCH (Criminal Case History) so most people consider it a criminal offense, because it shows up as a criminal offense. If that is confusing it is. NJ unlike other states does not have felony and misdemeanor...Read more »
The officer only saw it when I pulled my window down can I fight it. And i also got a ticket by the same officer for failing to not stop at a stop sign when I locked both way before moving and did come to a complete stop
We would need to know more information to properly answer your question. But you are not allowed to have the phone in your hand while driving unless to turn on or off a function of the phone. Even for that however, many judges will still find you guilty these are tough tickets to win without a...Read more »
I have photos to prove I was not blocking anything. The ticketing officer showed up within moments of me retrieving the ticket to harass me and tell me "I come to this house all the time" even though I was just visiting. The neighbor who called came out shortly after also to harass and... Read more »
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