New Jersey Traffic Tickets Defense
Busted? Here's How We Can Help You With Almost Any New Jersey Traffic Or Speeding Ticket You Ever Get
If you're like most people, you probably didn't even know you were doing anything wrong when that cop pulled you over and gave you a ticket. Not to mention that you probably felt like crawling under a rock because everybody driving by was staring at you as you were sitting on the side of the road.
I understand that you're probably feeling confused, angry, and maybe somewhat fearful about what could happen to you.
What if you didn't have to get those points on your record? What if you didn't have to pay that fine you weren't counting on? What if you could do away with the stress being pulled over and ticketed caused you? What if you didn't have to lose your license because this ticket is going to put you over the point limit?
Or at the very least, what if you could get your points and traffic ticket fines reduced?
It can happen. If you know the law...and how the system works inside and out.
Right now, you probably figure that if you got a traffic ticket (speeding, running a light, careless driving, driving without insurance, driving without a valid license, driving while your license is under suspension, even reckless driving) you'll just have to go to traffic court, pay your fine and court costs, and get a certain amount of points on your record.
But it doesn't have to be that way.
You see, we are defense lawyers and part of our practice emphasizes helping people with traffic matters. We can show you how our experience and training can help you beat your ticket, or at least significantly lessen the severity of the penalties facing you because of it.
This gives you an advantage over others who are not represented by a lawyer.
For example, sometimes by negotiating with the Prosecutor beforehand we can get your points and fines reduced or dismissed. Sometimes it requires fighting your ticket by taking your matter to trial.
I'm sure you're asking "Why should I care? Why shouldn't I just show up in court, plead guilty, accept my points, pay my fines, and be done with it?
Simply put, you may not be able to afford to.
Let me explain.
You see, the effects of a ticket may be a lot more than just points and a small fine. In addition to the points and a fine you may well be facing an overnight hike in your insurance rates for a number of years, if you get over a certain number of points, which could amount to an additional several hundred dollars a year for three or more years.
Finally, there is the frustration and hassle of handling this issue yourself.
My point is that you may be in for far more than you think you are.
Prosecutors may offer a deal. With a lawyer helping you, you may get a better deal. The more serious the situation, the more you need an attorney to make sure that the right thing happens. If we can get rid of all or most of the points, you may avoid the jump in rates.
Because, if your insurance company sees many points on your record, they're going to be quite anxious to seriously increase your premium.
Equally as important, in almost all ticket situations there are technical and non-technical arguments that can be made that reduce the charge to something with lesser consequences.
That's not all.
A first offense conviction for having no valid insurance, if it's not your car and you did not know it was uninsured, can almost always be won. If it is your car, and you really don't have insurance, there are ways we may be able to still get a positive result so you won't lose your license by getting the charge downgraded to a lesser charge.
Likewise, for a suspended or revoked license charge, for a first offense you can lose your license for up to 6 months. Here too we frequently get it reduced to a lesser charge.
There are other matters too involving careless driving, license reinstatement if yours has been revoked because of points on your record, and even old court matters, which we can help you get resolved.
Actually, there is more, but we don't have space here to tell you all of it.
If you would like to talk with us, we will be happy to speak with you. That way you'll be able to learn all you need to know about your situation, and how we can help you beat your ticket. This telephone conference is free to you and there is no further obligation at all.
To arrange for your free consultation, just call us. If we’re not available, you can leave a message 24 hours a day. We'll get back to you as soon as possible.
When we speak, we will also tell you about our fees. These are almost all at a flat rate to assist you with your budgeting. You will know up front what our services will cost, what flat fee means, that we will go back to Court as many times as necessary and even try your case without any additional charge for legal fees. For your convenience, payment plans are available. Anything you tell us during this and all other meetings will be confidential, whether or not you retain us.
So, if you want an attorney you can talk to, who understands what you want, who is interested in you and your situation, and who fights to get you results, call us today at any of the office numbers below for your free consultation.
Law Offices of Samuel L. Sachs
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