Take Immediate Action Against Traffic Violations
The state of New Jersey takes traffic violations very seriously. At Escandon, Fernicola, Anderson, Covelli & McPherson, so do we. We will take the steps to resolve your legal matter and prevent potential hassles in the future.
Many people disregard how serious traffic violations can be. Sure, a ticket might not seem serious, but they can actually have long-lasting repercussions. It is best to take swift legal action to prevent what seems like a small problem from developing into a large one.
Traffic offenses can result in:
- Expensive fines
- Points added to your driver’s license
- Mandatory driver’s education classes
- License suspension
- License revocation
- A permanent criminal record
Our Jersey Shore attorneys understand the many details, regulations and administrative procedures of municipal law in counties throughout New Jersey. We will help you protect your driving privileges.
Jersey Shore Attorneys Defending You Against All Traffic Offenses
Traffic violations are some of the most common offenses in the state. Many, many drivers will receive a violation at some point. The most frequent offenses include:
- Reckless driving
- Driving with an expired license
- Failure to stop
- Failure to yield
- Improper turn at a stoplight
Their prevalence does not, however, make them legal. Contact Escandon, Fernicola, Anderson, Covelli & McPherson for help preventing a traffic offense from hurting your driving record.
What If I Am Charged With DUI Or DWI?
Technically, driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) are not crimes—they are traffic violations. This means that it is often easier for us to get these offenses dismissed, reduced or given lighter penalties. If you received a DUI or DWI, do not give up and simply accept a conviction: We can fight for you.
Take Action – Get Our Help—Get A Consultation
With three convenient locations in Allenhurt, Bayonne Escandon, Fernicola, Anderson, Covelli & McPherson is here to assist you when you need representation. Schedule a consultation and one of our lawyers will discuss your case. To reach us, call 732-663-1920 or send an email.