Categories for Traffic Violations

Leading Kinds of Municipal Court Matters in NJ

October 13, 2022
Learn About the Several Distinct Types of Cases That are Heard in NJ Municipal Courts

Learn the most prevalent categories of offenses and individual violations that lead to Municipal Court cases in Holmdel, Asbury Park, Wall, Long Branch, Middletown, and other municipalities   New Jersey’s Municipal Court system has jurisdiction over criminal and civil matters in the municipality that pertains to them. They handle misdemeanor crimes (known as disorderly persons offenses), […]

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How Can a Traffic Stop Turn Into Criminal Charges in NJ?

March 7, 2022
Traffic Stops Leading to Criminal Charges in Bergen County, NJ

Skilled Defense Lawyers Explain How Arrests during Motor Vehicle Stops May Eventually Develop into Criminal Charges in Monmouth County, NJ When we are driving and see those red and blue flashing lights behind us, everyone’s heart rate goes up substantially, even if we think we haven’t done anything wrong. It could be a broken taillight […]

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How is the Arbitration Process Handled in New Jersey?

December 19, 2021
How is the Arbitration Process Handled in New Jersey?

Many contracts contain arbitration clauses specifically to avoid litigation in the court system, which can be protracted and expensive. Trials include judges, juries, court reporters, witnesses, and motions to resolve procedural and substantive trial issues. On the other hand, arbitration is a dispute resolution alternative that is less expensive and less time-consuming than court litigation. […]

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Restoring Your New Jersey Driver’s License

December 13, 2021
Restoring Your New Jersey Driver’s License

The suspension of your driver’s license can significantly reduce your mobility and the capacity to accomplish daily activities. There are numerous reasons why your New Jersey driver’s license may have been suspended, and they aren’t all because of on-the-road violations. The NJ court system uses driver’s license suspensions as a response to other infractions such […]

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License Suspension for Unpaid Child Support in New Jersey

November 27, 2021
License Suspension for Child Support in New Jersey

Explore with our attorneys what child support license suspensions are and how New Jersey laws have been updated to lend a more just system. In New Jersey, the suspension of a driver’s license has long been used as a way to penalize parents who are delinquent in making required child support payments. While this technique […]

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Eluding Police: A 2nd or 3rd Degree Charge?

June 12, 2021
Eluding Police: A 2nd or 3rd Degree Charge?

Eluding police is a felony charge in Middletown, Eatontown, Freehold, Hazlet, Holmdel, Howell, and the Monmouth County Area that can be considered a second or third degree crime. Eluding police is a felony in New Jersey that can be either a second or third degree crime. The key distinction between a second and third degree […]

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What is the difference between an infraction, a misdemeanor, and a felony?

April 26, 2021
What is the difference between an infraction, a misdemeanor, and a felony?

Skilled Attorneys Providing Representation in Asbury Park, Belmar, Colts Neck, Middletown, Eatontown, Freehold, Hazlet, Holmdel, Howell, Lake Como, and across Monmouth County Area When one is charged with a crime, varying degrees of offense are associated with that charge, depending on the severity of the crime. In New Jersey, one can be charged with an […]

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DUI/DWI Checkpoint: Was It Legal? Was It Marked?

December 10, 2020
DUI/DWI Checkpoint: Was It Legal? Was It Marked?

If you are driving along and suddenly see police lights on the road ahead, and as you drive by, police flag you down, is that a DUI or DWI checkpoint? You are driving home one night and see police car lights up ahead. Either because of sheer inconvenience or because you’ve had a couple of […]

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When Can Police Search Your Car in New Jersey?

December 5, 2020
When Can Police Search Your Car in New Jersey?

The following paragraphs contain a case law that explains the issues surrounding searches, seizures, and arrests in a motor vehicle context and demonstrates the potential complexity involved in protecting your rights. The Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees the “right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects […]

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