I received an order of suspension. Has my name and address but different drivers license #. The letter states the accident was in 2019. I never had a car before this year. There was a judgement notice on the letter, I called the lawyer on file and she confirmed that the person was served and... Read more »
I was regrettably doing 88mph in a 35mph school zone. Honest to God I didn't know I was in a school zone I thought the speed limit was 50 either way I was late for work and speeding. So the officer told me I was doing 88mph then comes to give me the ticket and I realized he marked it down and... Read more »
There is also the possibility that the prosecutor will have the officer’s handwritten notes indicating that the officer already gave you a break when he issued the speeding ticket to you. If you are concerned, however, then meeting an attorney for a consultation might be something to consider...Read more »
Hello, I was in a traffic accident approximately 1yr and 5 months ago where I rear ended a motorvehicle. My vehicle (Sedan) was totaled the other vehicle (SUV) had some had rear end damage. After flagging down an Officer they completed their investigations and towed my car. I received the tow... Read more »
You can't still receive a ticket as you would be past the statute of limitations, but it sounds like you may already have had one. I would hire an attorney to research this and see if any tickets arose out of the situation to make sure you don't have a warrant for your arrest for not...Read more »
That's the same as the police officer motioning/telling you over his speaker to slow down. That doesn't mean that he can't give you a ticket later for speeding at that time. So yes you can still get a ticket for what happened.
It would depend on the statute where each one is written. Don't forget that statutes are written in different years and times so many words may mean something then and something different now, you have to look at the definition at the time the law was passed.
No set mileage is in the statute, but if you look at the cases its a reasonable distance/time. The problem is some people just aren't that aware of their surroundings and thus don't pull over right away even though the cop was behind them, and then they get the charge. if charged make...Read more »
I was issued a summons in New Jersey @3 AM on my way home for touching the traffic fog line. The officer followed me for quiet a while b4 I did something that he could justify a traffic stop. After going back to the area of the stop the next day I noticed that the traffic lines were faded and in... Read more »
That is an issue that you can fight the ticket over but you would need to go to trial over it and you will need to take pictures/video of the area where you were stopped. Without a lawyer these cases are hard to win because you will have to prove that a reasonable person could not make out the...Read more »
I got pulled over for two traffic violations in NJ. The cop told me I needed to appear in online court for one, however both tickets say that I can plead guilty and pay online without going to court. When I payed online, both online tickets then said that "the matter has been resolved through... Read more »
Ordinarily a defense attorney would advise against paying a ticket online. This is because paying the ticket has the legal effect of pleading guilty. And the monetary fine is not the only penalty one faces. Depending on the charge, one might also face license points with the Motor Vehicle...Read more »
New Jersey law generally prohibits parking or standing a vehicle "in front of" a private driveway. Among other exceptions, however, a municipality may enact an ordinance to permit parking in front of private driveways. Beyond this, it seems that contacting a private attorney to inquire...Read more »
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You could plead guilty if you have a failure to show insurance card ticket as that is only a fine. But if you have a ticket for No Insurance then if you plead guilty your looking at a fine plus one year loss of license. This is why you hire a lawyer as what you were thinking could end up getting...Read more »
My husband was driving in New Jersey and got pulled over for speeding (mind you he was doing the same speed limit as everyone else was which was right under 80 in a 65 ) the state trooper took his license check it then came back said thank you she did not hand us any summons we waited there for a... Read more »
In NJ a clerical error like you have will generally, not dismiss the ticket. It may help get a downgrade but even that is not guaranteed and with a lawyer you stand a much better chance. AS long as the ticket was mailed or given to you it will be valid. That being said that may be your defense....Read more »
Yes it is a 2 point ticket in NJ and is generally given when you go more than 10 miles under the speed limit. A good lawyer should be able to eliminate these points for you. I would suggest that setup a free in office consultation with one of us traffic ticket lawyers to do just that.
This happens quite frequently unfortunately, and it does not invalidate the ticket. Call the court and ask them the actual tickets court date it will generally bet within a few weeks but can be as little as 7 days from the date of the offense. If it is a serious ticket with points or other...Read more »
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commision administers one of the point systems. Private insurance carriers administer the other system. Though subject to change, at present neither system imposes points for this offense.
39: 4-88E is a 2-point traffic fraction in NJ. If you are a NY driver, it's highly likely that the points won't transfer. However, the lane violation can be considered to be one of the "serious traffic offenses" under VTL when committed by a CDL driver operating a commercial...Read more »
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