New Jersey and Pennsylvania Traffic Violations Attorneys
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Both New Jersey and Pennsylvania follow a point system for traffic violations. If you are issued a traffic ticket for any of the various infractions, it is important to have quality legal representation to help you avoid points to your driving record. In both states, points to one’s driving record has a financial impact. If you are found guilty of a traffic violation and are issued points, your insurance premiums will rise, making you pay more per payment. In addition, if you are issued too many points, your license could be suspended or revoked, depending on the infraction. Though fighting traffic violations is a bit different in each state, The Vigilante Law Firm is ready to assist. For over 30 years, our firm has been a resource to those issued tickets in the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. If you need quality legal services from an effective team of attorney.
Pennsylvania Traffic Violations
If you are issued a traffic ticket in Pennsylvania, you should contact our firm to discuss your matter. A speeding ticket can impact you financially through fines and the rise of insurance premiums. Below is the PA points system regarding speeding.
- 6 to 10 mph over the limit – 2 points
- 11 to 15mph over the limit – 3 points
- 16 to 25 mph over the limit – 4 points
- 26 to 30 mph over the limit – 5 points
- 3 1 mph and over – 5 points
If the violation occurs in an active work zone and the person is found guilty, that person could be subject to a 15-day suspension of the driver’s license. If a person is guilty of speeding over 31 mph, he or she could be subject to a departmental hearing and sanctions. There are countless traffic violations and the points attached reflect the serious of those actions. It is important to understand your rights and legal options to help you avoid or lessen the impact.
New Jersey Traffic Violations
New Jersey traffic violations vary as well. A major difference between the various infractions of NJ and PA is the addition of cell phone violation laws. In New Jersey, a first and second cell phone violation is a fine, after that, it comes with points that can go on your driver’s record. In regards to speeding, New Jersey’s point system is as followed:
- 2-point violation: 1-14 miles per hour over the speed limit
- 4-point violation: 15-30 miles per hour over the speed limit
- 5-point violation: 30 miles per hour over the speed limit
If a person is caught driving 30 miles or more over the speed limit, they may be further charged with reckless driving, which is a serious matter that could lead to potential jail time. Though speeding is one of many traffic violations that constitute
Contact The Vigilante Law Firm
The issuance of a traffic ticket can be troublesome. If you are facing one of many infractions that can impact your driver’s record, contact The Vigilante Law Firm to discuss your matter. Though it may not seem like the end of the world, a traffic ticket can have a lasting financial effect on your future. Our firm has decades of experience helping limit the impact of traffic tickets with the goal of avoiding points and the rise in insurance premiums. If you need effective legal services, contact The Vigilante Law Firm for a consultation.