driving-22959_640One of the more significant traffic ticket calls that I do receive is driving without insurance. In New Jersey, driving without insurance is a very significant moving violation. A driving without insurance ticket carries a one year mandatory loss of driving privileges. Although you may have been charged with driving without insurance and one year license suspension is a mandatory penalty with that ticket, there are, given the individual circumstances, facts and issues in your particular case, a number of ways that an experienced traffic attorney can work with the prosecutor, to figure out a different resolution to your case. This can be so the consequence doesn’t involve the significance of a one year loss of license or the mandatory $1,000 penalty associated with a driving without insurance ticket. In any event, contacting an attorney who has experience dealing with tickets of this type is a very important first step in dealing with any driving without insurance case.

Keith Hirschorn, P.C., is an experienced criminal defense attorney working throughout the state of New Jersey. If you have any questions regarding the merits, facts or circumstances of your case, call the law office, located in Hoboken, to set up a free initial consultation.