Morris County Traffic Ticket Attorneys
The following are some of the ways an individual can face a driver’s license suspension in New Jersey:
- 12 or more points on driving record
- Failure to appear in court
- Failure to pay fines
- Failure to provide proof of insurance
- Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Possession of drugs in a motor vehicle
- Possession of a stolen vehicle
- Failure to pay child support
If you are facing driver’s license suspension, our firm can help. Contact the law firm of Sara Sencer McArdle today to learn how we can help you.
If you are in danger of losing your driver’s license or need to fight criminal charges to ensure points are not accumulated on your record, wecan help.. At the Law Office of Sara Sencer McArdle, LLC, our attorneys provide experienced defense to people facing traffic violations such as speeding tickets and other moving violations.
Do not make the mistake of fighting this offense on your own. You could find yourself facing problems in any subsequent offenses. To learn how we can help you fight this and other traffic violations, contact our law office today at 973-366-52244. We may be able to help you keep your driver’s license. If circumstances prevent you from visiting our office, we can come to you. In addition to representing adults, we represent juveniles with traffic violations.
How Does The New Jersey Points System Work?
In New Jersey, each moving violation is assigned a points value. An individual who accumulates 12 points in 18 months faces driver’s license suspension. Points may be accumulated for violations such as speeding or loss of license. Rules for commercial driver’s licenses are even stricter. Hearings are conducted before the Motor Vehicle Commission.
Our experienced lawyers represent individuals in these hearings. We strive to plead motor vehicle infractions to “no point tickets”. This helps our clients avoid points on driving records, and this ultimately avoids license suspension.