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Motor vehicle violations are commonly called traffic tickets.  It basically means that you were driving your car in New Jersey and the police pulled you over and gave you a ticket.  A traffic ticket attorney can help you with these tickets. Maybe the police stopped you and wrote several tickets.  Maybe you received a ticket in the mail from the police.  Each situation is different.  That is why we are here to defend you against you ticket.

The first step is to sit down with you and figure out why the police officer pulled you over in the first place.  Did the police have probable cause to stop you?  If they did not, then anything discovered during the stop could be thrown out of court.  It means that if the police obtained evidence against you illegally, they will not be able to use it against you.  Experienced lawyers, such as ourselves, know what to look for and know how to proceed in court.

New Jersey Points For Traffic Tickets

NJSA Statute–Offense–Points
39:4-52 Racing on highway 5 points
39:4-85 Improper passing on right 4 points
39:4-86 Improper passing no passing zone 4 points
39:4-89 Tailgating 5 points
39:4-96 Reckless driving 5 points
39:4-97 Careless driving 2 points
39:4-97.2 Driving in unsafe manner 4 points
39:4-98 Speeding (1-14 miles over 2 points), (15-29 miles over 4 points), (30+ miles over 5 points)
39:4-115 Improper turn at traffic light 3 points
39:4-123 Improper right or left turn 3 points
39:4-124 Improper turn from approved turning course 3 points
39:4-125 Improper turn 3 points
39:4-128.1 Improper passing of school bus 5 points
39:4-128.4 Improper passing of frozen dessert truck 4 points
39:4-129 Leaving the scene of an accident (no personal injury 2 points), (personal injury 8 points)
39:5D-4 Moving violation committed out of state 2 points

We handle traffic violations in Mercer County, Middlesex County, and Burlington County. 

Mercer County: Hamilton, Trenton, Ewing, Lawrence, Pennington, East Windsor, West Windsor, Hopewell, Princeton Township, Princeton Borough, Hightstown, and Robbinsville.

Middlesex County: Plainsboro, Cranbury, East Brunswick, South Brunswick, and Sayreville.

Burlington County: Bordentown, Burlington City, Burlington Township, Moorestown, Mount Laurel, Willingboro, Mt. Holly, Florence, and Pemberton.