More information is needed to properly answer your question, but if you were the injured one definitely seek out the assistance of a good lawyer the longer you wait the harder it will be to compensated for your injuries and at some point the statute of limitations will run and you will recover...Read more »
You need to immediately hire a good criminal lawyer. This is still a criminal offense in NJ and will give you a criminal record in addition to the other fines and penalties you face which includes jail for up to 180 days, loss of license for 6 months (longer if found in a car) probation and a fine...Read more »
i have dash cam but it records road and voice. i was driving lonely and i didn't talk to phone so you can understand with dash cam. i didn't text anyone i can prove my call/text log from sprint. Also when i typed my ticket online. they gave me same ticket to my wife as well but my wife was working... Read more »
Maybe much more information would be needed to tell you what your chances are. either way I suggest you set up a consultation with a good lawyer and get represented as it's increases your best chances of getting the best result.
This is a criminal offence which you should never discuss online or over the phone today, because it can be traced right back to you and thus to her. Set up a consultation with an experienced criminal lawyer that's your best bet to get the right Advice. It may cost a few bucks to discuss the...Read more »
By law you must attempt to stop on a yellow, but as long as it didn't turn red your ok, but if you get a ticket get a lawyer this is a serious ticket which could involve jail time, community service and 5 points.
The state trooper did not send you to court the law did, it is a mandatory court appearance the trooper has no say in that because only the judge can determine the fine. Its considered a form of punishment to mandate your appearance in court. If its your first offense cheapest just to go to court...Read more »
The present charges 2C:35-10A(1), 2C:35-5A(1), 2C:35-7.1A, 2C:35-7A...and individual has priors, including a 2007 "Agg.Assault",3rd degree/2C:12-1B(7). Question, is defendant eligible for "special probation"?...
Your new attorney would be the best to answer this question as we know nothing about your case. If you want a second opinion, you can always go to another attorney but expect to pay for the advise at the attorneys normal hourly rate, as the attorney would need to take about 1 to 2 hours of time to...Read more »
Having drug paraphernalia is a criminal / disorderly persons offense in New Jersey and you face up to 180 days in jail, thousand-dollar fine, and probation as determined by the court. Many defenses exist for these types of cases. Thus I suggest you hire a good criminal lawyer. Set up one of the...Read more »
Bought motorcycle 5-1-19, signed and agreed to everything then drive home. Dealer calls wanting me to return to change my rate from 11 to 15.4 due to an employee error. Dealer had 3 hours to go over paperwork with me and verify everything was correct prior to leaving. They are calling and sending... Read more »
Your court date should be on your summons, if not call the court immediately as you don't want to miss your court date. I would also suggest hiring a lawyer, because if they had a search warrant issued this is considered a serious case where you are definitely looking at the possibility of getting...Read more »
Received speeding ticket and assigned court date after not guilty plea that conflicts with college class attendance. Requested 10 day delay to allow for classes and finals to be completed so as to not conflict with appearance date. Clerk indicated this was not possible and scheduled court date... Read more »
You have no right to an adjournment it is always within the courts discretion. In this case since your request was denied you must go to court otherwise you have the possibility of a warrant being issued. I would suggest hiring a lawyer as a lawyer could not only probably lower the points but...Read more »
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