Traffic and Municipal Attorney in Hoboken and Jersey City, NJ

Most cases heard in the state of New Jersey are in municipal courts. According to the New Jersey courts main website, 6 million of the 7 million cases filed with the state are heard by municipal courts. The municipal courts of New Jersey deal with a myriad of cases. This court hear traffic violation cases regularly. Traffic tickets, illegal parking, DUIs, speeding, and reckless driving, and cell phone violations are just a few of the many cases they hear every year. They also hear minor criminal cases as well. Trespassing, shoplifting, and simple assaults are just a few of the many criminal cases they hear. If you have been charged with a minor offense, you will most likely see your case in a municipal court.

Speeding Tickets

Have you been issued a speeding ticket in the state of New Jersey? Though a speeding ticket is a minor offense, they come with the financial burden of points on your driver’s record and various fines and surcharges. Those points will affect your driving record and insurance premiums. Most tickets can be fought or negotiated. More

Reckless Driving

If you have been charged with a reckless driving ticket in New Jersey, you probably have some questions about the offense and what we can do to relieve the burden of such a severe traffic ticket. Reckless driving is a serious offense in the state of New Jersey. It is not considered a crime, but comes with major penalties. More

Driving While Suspended or Without a License

It is illegal to drive in New Jersey without a license. Whether you have never had a license or had one suspended, you should have an attorney review your case if you charges for either offense. For an unlicensed driver, the law inflicts a hefty penalty and possible jail time related to the offense. More

Cell Phone Violation

Cell phone use in the car is an increasingly dangerous problem New Jersey. On the densely populated roads of our state, people are using cell phones to browse the internet, text people, and make phone call at an alarming rate. The state has taken a hard stance against this infraction. It used to be a minor traffic ticket with a minor fine. More

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