The Closest NjDMVs (70 miles) were closed due to staff COVID infections -on the 2 separate occasions that I had appts for. I showed the officer my valid insurance for the vehicle and the title and bill of sale. The car has been fully insured & I had the title and bill of sale. Despite... Read more »
Sure you can plead not guilty and explain your situation to the judge but unfortunately it still means you are guilty based on what you said. If you want the best defense your best choice is to always hire a good lawyer to find a defense for you.
Unsafe Driving on a third offense is a 4 point violation, whereas Careless can be a 2 point. There is also the 97.2 which is an unsafe on the first time which is a Zero Point but a 400.00 fine. so it all depends on the situation
You can always ask the Prosecutor, and the worst he can do is say no. Every Prosecutor is different and it depends on your demeanor and attitude and also if you gave the Police Officer that gave you the most recent ticket a "hard time." I strongly urge you to seek out competent counsel...Read more »
I got a speeding ticket in Virginia, but I have a New Jersey License. I read a couple things that said the points will be transferred based on home state. So I was trying to figure out if it is just 2 points or the full 6 points that Virginia will give me.
Yes Failure to observe a signal is a 2-point ticket. The points will go on your license unless you fight the ticket at court and win. Your best chance of eliminating these points is with a good lawyer representing you for the charge. Even if your guilty of the charge in most cases a good lawyer...Read more »
In all honesty you should not be concerned about the fines but a few of these violations have a mandatory loss of license and even the possibility of jail time. That's what you need to hire a lawyer for, to try to reduce or eliminate these penalties. Money you can always make more, and you...Read more »
No, your not allowed to cross the double yellow lines. If this is what your charged with consider hiring a lawyer as a good lawyer should be able to reduce or eliminate the points that this ticket carries here in NJ. Most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer a free in office consultation.
Reckless driving offense 14 years ago and settle without points, Now 14 years later got an ticket saying running over Red light. The judge say I have to pay more for second offense. Since i have one 14 years ago. Can they do that!
Some tickets like reckless driving have first and 2nd offense penalties. The first offense has up to 60 days in jail and a fine and the 2nd has up to 90 days in jail and a fine. The law unlike in some other statues does not state that the that first offense goes away after so many years, so the...Read more »
Cops are allowed to lie, but this one is a close one in regards to that which a judge would have to decide based on the testimony of the witnesses. That being said you always have a right to see a copy of the warrant.
Generally the penalty is as follows: a person on convicted of displaying a fictitious number, as prohibited herein, shall be subject to a fine not exceeding $500.00 or imprisonment in the county jail for not more than 60 days.
A person violating any other provision of this section 39:3-33...Read more »
Yes my advice to you would be to hire a good lawyer as you're looking at mandatory jail time even with a lawyer. However a good lawyer can help you at least reduce the amount of time that you are looking at. Set up one of the free in office consultations that most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer.
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