Glassboro, NJ asked in Traffic Tickets and Municipal Law for New Jersey

Q: What do I do next?

Hi so I had a fine from a conditional discharge that I thought i paid off and I paid the fee to get my license reinstated after getting it suspended for missing a payment for this fine. 2 months after I got pulled over and given a license suspended ticket. I go to the municipal office where my fine was issued and I had a $18 balance still left on my account that I was unaware of (no notice was sent to me about this I had thought i paid off the fine and that I was clear to drive) I proceeded to pay this fine and was wondering what my next action would be to get this case dismissed

1 Lawyer Answer
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.
  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • East Brunswick, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: It doesn't just get dismissed without a good lawyer. The court does not send payment reminders they send warrants, license suspensions and failure to appears. You have to defend this case and good lawyer should be able to definitely help you win, reduce or eliminate the penalties that you face. If you have a court appearance most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer a free in office consultation, I would suggest that you set one up.

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