Wow that's almost unbelievable. The most common app the courts use is zoom, the second is microsoft teams. Probably best to download them now as it works better than a link. Are you sure your lawyer has not told you to download this and you just forgot? I personally have all my clients...Read more »
The Newark Sheriff Dept. had a a barricade off to the side and it did not appear the side of the road was barricaded off. They said it was and said “ I just road into the lions den.” They had about 10 cars all lined up in a row and were mass ticketing people in Newark. If it was so clear that... Read more »
Your best defense is probably that they cannot prove that you drove the car. With this type of ticket, I always suggest hiring a lawyer as the penalties based on your record could even include jail time.
If the ticket is marked mandatory court appearance you need to appear in court. Many towns make this ticket a mandatory court appearance which is not generally by zoom court. Call the court to confirm if yours is mandatory court appearance or look it up online.
The Answer is it depends on what you consider points you can get both insurance eligibility points and points on your drivers license both are different. As for the motor vehicle points you only get points for a third offense of this statute.
You can, but you need to comply with the NJ law that applies to the similar license recognized in NJ. In NJ, the kind of your license is often referred to as "probationary license" (aka provisional license). As long as you drive in NJ, you should keep in mind the restrictions that apply...Read more »
You need to tell the judge exactly what you told us, but technically you are never supposed to cross that line. You may want to hire a lawyer to make sure you get the best defense most of us offer free in office consultations.
I was pulled over for speeding in Jersey as stated by the officer 19:9-1.2 .39 but ticketed for 3 other offenses 39:4-96, 19:9-1.3c, 39:4-88A. Two are payable the other two I have to appear in court. What would you recommend I do? Pay the two or just wait until my court date to see what happen also... Read more »
First you should hire a lawyer, as you do face up to 60 days in jail on that reckless driving ticket assuming it is a first offense and up to 90 days in jail if you have done this before. Also you face a probable suspension of your drivers license on the speeding ticket. That is why those tickets...Read more »
We would need to know much more information to answer your question properly and even if this is what you are originally charged as the complaint can be amended at any time. Basically it can be anything from up to 180 days in jail to 5 years in jail depending on the grade charged and if you have...Read more »
So, another officer there told me that officer gave me the wrong ticket, that I will get mailed the correct ticket. So, he took back the ticket and told I was free to go. I still haven’t receive anything in the mail. But I looked online at NJ tickets to check if I still had the ticket or a new... Read more »
Yes I would suggest that you get a good lawyer because the officer can ask the court to amend or re issue the ticket up to a certain time.. Most of us traffic ticket lawyers offer free in office consultation I suggest you start with that to learn how a lawyer can help you.
So I found out that someone got a license in my name and received tickets and other violations, I went to court to deal with this however the judge was ..well difficult. she told me I need to prove that it was not me driving at that time. These tickets go back to 1995. How am I suppose to prove I... Read more »
We're not allowed on this site to give you specific advice on how to win a case yourself. However what I can tell you is that this is the reason why people hire lawyers to try to win the case for them when they don't know how to do it themselves.
As long as you did not hold/touch your not guilty of the offense of using your cell phone. If you did touch it then it gets tricky. That being said if you only got a seat belt ticket instead, just pay it not worth fighting a ticket under $200.00 for most people.
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