The Effect Of Traffic Violations On Your Privilege To Drive In New Jersey
In New Jersey, driving is not considered a right, but a privilege. Accumulating too many points on your license and convictions for certain offenses may affect your driving privileges. Therefore, we take all traffic offenses seriously and examine each client’s past convictions as well as present charges and defenses to try to preserve this privilege now and in the future.
Here are just some offenses in New Jersey that may interfere with your driving privileges, depending on the factual circumstances of your case:
- Speeding (exceeding the speed limit at high speeds)
- Reckless driving
- Driving on a suspended license
- Driving without insurance
- Driving under the influence
- Breath test refusal
- Leaving the scene of an accident
Many times, you can simply pay the ticket for the offense without needing to step foot in a courtroom. In some cases, though, it may not be in your best interests to do so. Whether or not you pay a traffic ticket should be decided after considering several factors and talking to your attorney.
Carol H. Gold – Trusted Legal Counsel For More Than 25 Years
At Carol H. Gold, Esquire, L.L.C., we believe in respectfully listening to our clients, and then addressing their concerns. From a first-time offense to a repeat offense, we get all the facts first before evaluating each case. We then present our findings to our clients in a straightforward, easy-to-understand manner.
From the first appearance to the resolution of your case, we explain the consequences a client could face and then help them through the legal process. We have more than two decades of experience handling traffic violations and offenses dealt with in municipal court. We will give you the information you need to make an informed decision.
Start Protecting Your Driving Privileges Today
Let Carol H. Gold, Esquire, L.L.C., walk you through the legal process in municipal court. We can help educate you and make you prepared for your case before you walk into court. Call lawyer Carol H. Gold today at 609-534-2778 or schedule an initial consultation online using our contact form. Initial consultations can be conducted in-person at our Lumberton office or by telephone for your convenience.