Were You Cited For A Traffic Violation?
Perhaps because getting a traffic ticket is so common, many people tend to underestimate the impact of traffic violations on their driving records. In New Jersey, every time you get a ticket for speeding, running a stop sign or driving with an expired license tag, points can be added against your driving record. The results of too many points include increased insurance premiums, canceled auto insurance, driver’s license suspension or driver’s license revocation.
Save Points On Your Driver’s License ◦ Save Your Auto Insurance ◦ Stay Out Of Jail
Negative consequences of traffic violations can be averted with the assistance of an experienced and dedicated traffic ticket lawyer. At the law offices of The Law Office of Miller & Gaudio PC, we fight on behalf of our clients to prevent the ramifications of an unwarranted traffic violation citation such as insurance premium increases or loss of driving privileges. Certain traffic violations — for example, multiple charges of driving with a suspended driver’s license — may even result in jail time.
Twenty Ways To Lose Your Driver’s License
New Jersey has 20 statutes on the books that spell out the penalties associated with traffic tickets and related violations. Some of the ways to lose your driver’s license don’t even involve driving a car. Driving a boat under the influence of alcohol can result in the loss of your automobile driver’s license. Failing to pay your taxes or child support can also cost you your driver’s license.
Contact A New Jersey Traffic Violations Lawyer Now
Whether you have received a traffic ticket or a notification that your driver’s license will be or has been suspended for any reason, you are strongly encouraged to discuss your options with a traffic violation attorney at The Law Office of Miller & Gaudio PC. Contact us online or call us at 732-747-6016.