Many people don't understand what really happens when they get a ticket for a traffic violation. Most people grouse a bit, wait until the last minute, then mail in the check. The New Jersey point system remains a mystery to them, until they receive a second ticket within six months and their driver's license points causes their insurance premiums to skyrocket, or they lose their license.
Criminal defense attorney Jeffery A. April knows that most people will look at a fine for a traffic violation as a minor nuisance fee compared to what attorneys' fees may cost to defend against the violation. Our team of legal professionals wants you to consider the long-term effect a traffic violation will have on your driving record, and your future.
With the New Jersey point system the way it is, you could lose your license after only two violations within a six-month period. What about the effect of multiple traffic violations on your car insurance premiums over the next three to five years? Well, we'll let you do the math.
Before sending in your check to pay a traffic violation fine, contact The Law Office of Jeffery A. April, Esquire, to learn more about the New Jersey point system and how driver's license points will affect your driving future.
Protect Your License After a Traffic Offense
Contrary to the procedure in most other states, in New Jersey, traffic and DUI/DWI cases are heard in municipal court by a judge without a jury. The Law Office of Jeffery A. April, Esquire, is familiar with the local courts and customs throughout the Atlantic City area and South Jersey. Let us use our local experience to your advantage in your traffic violation case. We handle a wide range of traffic-related offenses, including:
- DUI, DWI defense
- Reckless driving
- Driving with suspended license
- Unlicensed driver
- Driver's license restoration
- All traffic violations defense
You Need a Local Lawyer. Contact Our Firm Today.
These cases are heard in municipal courts in New Jersey — You need local legal representation. Contact The Law Office of Jeffery A. April, Esquire, to schedule a consultation. Credit cards are accepted.