Cherry Hill has made the news lately with its increasing objection to red light cameras, but running a red light is not the only traffic offense you could receive while driving through the town. Speeding, running stop signs, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol are all traffic violations that you could receive in Cherry Hill, along with the steep penalties that come from New Jersey traffic violations.

It is important that you are familiar with your personal driving record, including past tickets, arrests, and points on your record, if you are pulled over by a Cherry Hill police officer and issued another traffic ticket. This is because under New Jersey traffic law, points on your record and previous arrests can mean that any penalties you receive for a subsequent traffic violation can result in much harsher penalties than if this was your first ticket.

If, however, this is your first speeding or traffic ticket, it is still important to understand what penalties are associated with the ticket you have received. If you are found guilty of most traffic violations under New Jersey law, it usually results in you having to pay a fine and having points added to your license. The amount of the fine and the number of points will vary based on how serious the offense is considered to be. If you have been charged with DUI, you will also be facing the possibility of jail time or having your license suspended as well as a fine.

These penalties are harsh and can be a real problem for drivers who have received traffic tickets. As soon as you receive your ticket, get in touch with one of our Cherry Hill traffic ticket lawyers so that we can help you prepare for your court hearing to plead not guilty to your traffic ticket.

In Cherry Hill, you can have your traffic ticket reconsidered by a judge in municipal court . The judge will listen to your side of the case and consider any evidence you may have to present. Having your speeding ticket attorney work with you before the hearing will allow you to prepare your case before court, where the police officer who wrote your ticket will also be able to present their side of the story. Your lawyer is on your side to assist you with your case.

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Added on February 4, 2015

In New Jersey , the issuance of speeding ticket is one solution to prevent traffic accidents. Two reasons why speeding tickets are necessary: (1) to slow drivers to slow down and the best measure to control road rage & aggressive drivers; and (2) to generate an excessive amount of revenue to fill the coffers for the local municipalities. It is a fact that today people are affected by time pressures of life plus the

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Added on January 29, 2015

The introduction of new app prompted law enforcement to campaign compelling Google Inc. to disable a feature in its popular Waze traffic app. This device allows drivers to warn others about nearby police activity. An organization of sheriffs openly complained that the app not only places the lives of officers at risk but also hampers the ability of authorities to write speeding tickets. The National Association of Sheriffs focused its complaints about Waze on police

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Icy conditions resulted to a traffic nightmare all over the region as hundreds of accidents have been reported. Bridges are closed and speed restriction was imposed all over New Jersey roads. Warnings were announced by the police and meteorologists to use extreme caution and avoid travel if possible. Gov. Chris Christie informed motorists that hundreds of New Jersey DOT that crews was spreading salt throughout the state. They advise that motorists travel with care and drive

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