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NJ TRAFFIC VIOLATION ATTORNEYS
For over 25 years New Jersey attorney Carmine LoFaro has successfully represented drivers charged with a multitude of traffic violations throughout municipalities in Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Passaic County, Somerset County, Union County and elsewhere in NJ.
Our NJ traffic violations attorneys understand that most drivers will receive a traffic ticket at some point in their lives. The easiest solution solution would be to pay the fine and not waste time going to court to fight the ticket. However, in New Jersey these fines can add points to your driver’s license resulting in higher insurance premiums, license suspension or even jail time. An experienced traffic ticket lawyer can work toward getting many violations reduced to a no-point violation depending upon the circumstances and your driving history.
Most moving violations require a court appearance. If you have received a traffic ticket and do not appear in court when required, a warrant for your arrest may issue – and thereafter if you are stopped for another violation with an outstanding warrant present then you will suffer the humiliation of being arrested at the scene. Also, if you are in a car accident and receive tickets, if you don’t resolve the tickets promptly then they can be used against you in a court of law. Thus, it is important to handle these violations quickly by hiring an experienced lawyer to defend you in court.
At LoFaro & Reiser our NJ traffic violations lawyers represent drivers and truckers charged with the following:
Contact our experienced NJ traffic ticket attorneys today and protect your rights.