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Q: I live in Colorado and am attempting to resolve outstanding NJ traffic tickets. Can you help, or must I be present?

These tickets are 6-8 years old and all of a non-moving violation nature.

Vimal P Shah
Vimal P Shah answered on Jan 6, 2020

HI

It depends if there is an outstanding warrant in your name for the unpaid tickets, are they in the same municipal court. This can be easily researched and I can give you a free consultation on how to proceed.

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Q: I have 3 moving violations in the last 3 years which is causing problems, is there any way I can get rid of one?
Vimal P Shah
Vimal P Shah answered on Aug 4, 2017

Did you pay any of those ? Did you resolve any of those. To reduce points take a defensive driver course.

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Q: I have 14 year old tickets in Burlington county N.J. unlicense diver and driving while suspended.

Never came up on my record until I tried to get my licence. Call the court. They told me they never issued a new court date. Just sent it to DMV to keep me suspended. Go to this court Thursday. What are my options?

Vimal P Shah
Vimal P Shah answered on Aug 4, 2017

Contact a attorney to resolve this matter. These are serious tickets.

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Q: In the year 2000 I was parked in kmart. When i came out of the store I received a parking ticket for parking in a

handicapped spot. The handicapped sign was something painted on the ground. The painted sign was so light you could barely see it. I took a picture of this and went to court. The court agreed to dismiss the ticket. Now,almost 20 years later i get a letter from the court suspending my drivers... Read more »

Vimal P Shah
Vimal P Shah answered on Aug 4, 2017

Yes I agree with the answer pay it off.

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Q: I got a DWI in NJ in 1998. I paid all the fines and did everything required.

20 years later, when I went to get a Virginia License, NJs say I have to get an assessment, go to a 16 hour class and go to counseling. I did this already but there are no records of it. They do show I paid approximately $10k. What can I do?

Vimal P Shah
Vimal P Shah answered on Aug 4, 2017

If you remember which county you completed the 16 hour counseling contact the IDRC in that county, they will have a record for the same. You should be able to procure it. Contact a New Jersey Attorney to request the records. I have done this for clients.

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