H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer They can definitely try to deny you as they do many other people for almost no reason. If so you need to appeal, which can be very costly. IN NJ they really don't want people to have weapons.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer Generally this is a no point ticket but you should always check with NJ MVC the phone number is available online. Lastly the judge can always fine you from $50 to $200.00 on these tickets when you go to court.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer The only way to rally provide you with meaningful advice is for you to have an in person consultation and a document review of all the relevant items. Only that way can you know for certain. Good luck.
Leonard R. Boyer's answer It is not a question that can be answered on a simple yes or no basis. Your handicaped plates and placards do not protect you from parking in a way that breaks the law. Good luck.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer This appears to be a municipal code violation not the state violation so you would need to lookup the statute number in the town that you received the ticket and look at the penalty listed. If the statute involves jail I suggest that hire a good lawyer traffic and criminal lawyer. Some towns and judges are very strict with these tickets, others not so and just charge a fine. Good Luck
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