Middlesex County, New Jersey Speeding Violation Attorney

Speeding

Representing NJ clients who face speeding tickets

If you are pulled over because of a traffic violation, you face various fines and penalties that depend on your infraction. New Jersey law enforcement is proactive and aggressive when handling moving violations and speeding is no exception. Depending on your speed, you could face between 2 and 5 points that will be on your record for years. Points on your record often impact your insurance. This leaves you with high insurance payments that will further financially burden you after paying the initial penalties. In some cases, you will also have to pay a New Jersey state surcharge. If you have received a ticket, contact The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, Esq in Middlesex County to handle the matter. We will use all legal means to defend you and fight your speeding ticket. If you need our legal services, we are proud to serve.

Penalties for a moving violation

If you have been caught speeding, you face the possibility of points on your driving record, leading to higher insurance and state surcharges. These issues will impact you financially for years and the severity of the consequences depends on the violation. A careless driving ticket is a 2-point violation. In general, the New Jersey speeding violation point system is simple. Speeding between 1-14 miles per hour over the speed limit is a 2-point violation. Speeding between 15-30 miles per hour over the speed limit is a 4-point violation. Excess of 30 miles per hour over the speed limit is a 5-point violation and could subject you to a reckless driving ticket. If you get 6 or more points, you will be assessed a surcharge. If you get 12 or more points on your driving record, you will have your license suspended. It is important to retain the services of an effective attorney that can protect your rights and represent your future.

Plea bargains

Most tickets can be plea bargained by a skilled attorney. Prosecutors are open to negotiating the terms of a ticket in order to avoid complications in court. It is important to note that a prosecutor can only plea bargain down to a related offense. A speeding ticket cannot be downgraded to failure to fix a headlight. Also, prosecutors cannot plea bargain severe tickets, including DUI cases.

Contact a Middlesex County law firm to fight for your interests

The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, Esq. has over 25 years of experience fighting speeding tickets for clients across the state of New Jersey. If you are facing a speeding violation, you need an effective attorney that knows how to negotiate with prosecutors in order to save you from the consequences of having points on your license. If you need legal support to fight your traffic ticket, contact our firm today. We will assess your case, help you fully understand your legal issue, and skillfully represent your interests in court. Do not idly allow your ticket to impact your future. For an initial consultation, feel free to contact The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, Esq. located in Middlesex County, NJ.

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