Yes, you should retain an experienced traffic ticket lawyer to represent you. A lawyer may be able to prevent points being assessed against your license. Our traffic ticket lawyers are available to assist you.
Parked in front of parents driveway on dead end street for church on Sunday. Arrived about 9:30 for church which started at 9:00. Car gone when leaving and found to be towed. No one at church or home called in car. Report from police to release car says call made at 8:13. I was still at my home.... Read more »
Truck is pictured on this restricted road, although truck had a delivery on this road. The witness claims truck was involved in an accident with a parked car but there is no evidence of this other than car damage photos and the truck on this road. The truck shows no damage whatsoever, The picture... Read more »
The restricted road sign is the least of your worries. The big problem is the leaving the scene of an accident charge. Because even if no damage existed to your vehicle it does not mean that no damage was on the lighter Vehicle simple physics tells you that. A leaving the scene of an accident...Read more »
An attorney cannot ethically solicit a client. Thus, you will need to reach out to one of us traffic ticket lawyers. If it is a serious case with a mandatory court appearance, you will probably need to appear in court. So don't expect the attorney to be able to handle it without at least...Read more »
The answer is it depends. In general if you hire a lawyer you may be able to avoid having to appear in court. However, that rule changes when you have a mandatory court appearance ticket. In that case a lawyer will need to convince the judge you don't need to come. And in cases such as DWI...Read more »
I hired a car on holiday in NJ and my hire company has charged me $100 for a parking ticket they received (39:4-138(i) Improper parking within 10 feet of a fire hydrant $54). There was no ticket attached to the car. Is the ticket lawful?
I entered the NJ garden state parkway and immediately there was traffic in all the other lanes, the lane I entered eventually starts to become an exit lane but there's no room for me to swap lanes. About 3/4 of the way I managed to get over before my lanes turned into a shoulder lane, so I... Read more »
The offense is for what your registration was on that day pu were ticketed. It does not matter to the offense that you fixed it. However the fact that it is no longer expired or suspended can help your attorney get you a better results. I would suggest hiring a good attorney as the penalties even...Read more »
Unfortunately that's the way most videos work they don't start until the officer turns on his lights which is generally after the violation has occurred. If they video to everything it would be almost impossible to store all the data at a reasonable cost
I work for Instacart a grocery delivery company. I was doing a grocery delivery and double parked in front of the customers house right after I was done I went back to my car and sat down to set my gps while I was doing that’s cop came and put his lights on I didn’t know what he meant by... Read more »
I live in NJ. I just received letters in the mail dated from 3 different law firms asking if I needed legal representation for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle. The issue is... I never was stopped by anyone nor was I given a ticket. The letters are dated 1/6/2020 and mentions that the... Read more »
First it is a public record when you get a ticket. Second you don't need to be pulled over to get a ticket they can be mailed to you. Thus I suggest you call the court in the morning and see if they mailed you a ticket and if so hire one if us lawyer's.
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