the office put my car type as BUS, when i have a SUV. Is there anyway i could get this dismissed because of the mistake and because i have a clean driving record, as well as i plan to do online defensive driver course to show alj
Unfortunately this will be considered a clerical error and will not lead to a dismissal in the majority of cases unless you had a trial and the cop insisted that you drove a bus. Your best bet is to hire a good lawyer to eliminate the points for you, most of us offer free in office consultations,...Read more »
My wife started receiving calls and texts saying I was cheating with this person for 2 week's straight all day and night from numerous numbers blocked numbers etc... so one day after work my wife, daughter and I took a ride somewhere and another text with my car in my parking lot at home came in... Read more »
Unfortunately nowadays when you file a complaint against someone they file generally file a cross-complaint against you. That's what appears to have happened here. That being said I am sure the police wanted some proof from this person to file the charges just like they wanted from you before...Read more »
You lose 3 points a year if you stay violation free within that year. However insurance can keep those points on for 3 to 5 years. If you have a serious ticket that has more than 2 points definitely get a lawyer, it will save you more money than it will generally cost even for a good lawyer.
The answer depends on the degree that you were charged with as it ranges from a 2nd degree crime to a possible disorderly persons offense. A lawyer would need to see your charges, but here are the different penalties you may face:
Second degree hindering apprehension: punishable by jail...Read more »
When the officer initially pulled me he was surprised and kept flashing his light into my car and said he pulled me over for my back lights I was confused bc I have a 2019 jeep my lights are automatic everyones breaklights are so I switch the lighting just to see and ask how about now he said take... Read more »
He did not have employment like he told me so he knew he would not have the rent when he signed. He has a history of bad debt, judgements for non payment, jail for check frauds, etc. Is there anything criminal for bad faith entering into the lease knowing he would not be paying?
The day he received the ticket was the first day the new registration and plates were given to my son on the dealer purchased vehicle. The vehicle was picked up from the dealer the day before the ticket and was parked on our Township road. I thought he had several days in which to have it... Read more »
The officer said that it is illegal in the entire state to make a u-turn in an intersection. Is this true? I checked up the law that was written on the ticket- it only mentions where prohibited, over double yellow lines or within 500 feet of turn.
Unfortunately the officer is right in NJ and he could have given you additional tickets. I suggest that if you want to fight the ticket and get the best results (at least eliminate the points) hire a good NJ lawyer, most of us offer free in office consultations.
I got a speeding ticket and reckless driving ticket in a company vehicle. The cop put that I was unlawfully driving a commercial vehicle on my ticket even though our company vehicles are not commercial. Our gross weight of the van is 5,000 pounds and it holds less than 16 people (5 at most) and no... Read more »
It wouldn't matter whether your driving a commercial vehicle or a personal vehicle as the offense penalties are the same regarding these offenses. It would only matter if the offense was for only commercial vehicles such as overweight truck, driving on a road limited to a certain weight etc....Read more »
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