You are rolling down the Garden State Parkway, windows down and music blaring, not a care in the world as you near Ventnor, the city with the slogan “Shore’ly the Best!”

Or, perhaps you’ve exited off the Parkway and are zooming down Route 40, nearer to the shore. Heck, you might even be in a hurry to check into your rented home on Atlantic Avenue, which rolls right through town.

In any of these scenarios, you can easily lose track of your speed, but that doesn’t mean that an Atlantic County police officer is not paying attention. In the blink of an eye, you might be on the receiving end of a ticket for speeding, spoiling the start of your vacation.

What now? Should you just pay your fine and admit your guilt? No! Contact a Ventnor traffic lawyer and fight back.

A Ticket Often Costs Much More Than a Fine A speeding ticket in Ventnor is not as straightforward as you might think. It’s not just a matter of paying it and forgetting about it. Other organizations will not forget about it, such as your insurance company and the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. Your insurance company will elevate your rates for as long as three years after your ticket, and the NJMVC will add points to your driving record that could make a huge difference.

If you have a shaky driving record, extra points could put you near or beyond the edge of the legal limit, meaning that your license could be revoked. If that happens, you need to read the fine print on your employment contract and see if it requires a valid driver’s license to continue employment, as many do. All of the sudden a speeding ticket could equal job loss, a steep price to pay.

In short, a traffic ticket is the “gift” that keeps on taking. That’s why you need to defend yourself, whether it’s your first violation or your tenth.

Exercise Your Rights in Ventnor New Jersey’s point system for speed violations is tough, but receiving a ticket does not mean complete and total guilt necessarily. You have the right as an American citizen to plead innocence and pursue the case in a court of law, where you could find some leniency or dismissal of your case.

Challenge Your Ventnor Traffic Ticket Every Time Don’t pay your fine to avoid some perceived hassle. Don’t admit your guilt! Learn from your mistake, but challenge any ticket that you receive. No violation should cost you years of higher insurance premiums and crucial points added to your record.

Get Your Fine Reduced or Your Ticket Dismissed Let us help you to replace that rotten feeling  you get when you are handed a ticket with the hope that you can face reduced consequences. A qualified traffic lawyer in Ventnor can fight to have your fine reduced or eliminated if your ticket is dismissed.

Let an attorney put his/her experience and knowledge to work for you as s/he examines the technicalities of your case and prepares a solid case to aim for a reduction in fine or complete dismissal.

Hire a Ventnor Traffic Ticket Attorney After you decide to challenge your ticket, look for a lawyer that has a broad knowledge of local and state traffic laws and knows the law enforcement officers in Atlantic County and the judges too. That type of experience will be a huge asset as you navigate the legal system.

Traffic court is just as serious as any court you see portrayed on television that handle major cases. It demands consistent professional conduct and plenty of insight to oppose a Ventnor area police officer that has appeared in a courtroom hundreds of times and is paid well to write tickets that stick. You will be happy to have a good Ventnor traffic ticket lawyer by your side in this type of context.

Fighting Tickets in New Jersey Is All We Do Whether your traffic ticket in Ventnor was an infraction, a misdemeanor or a felony, we can help. You might need a DUI lawyer in Ventnor or an attorney that has battled against well-known speed traps in New Jersey. Ideally, s/he can handle the case with or without your presence, if you are unable to get time off of work.

Avoid a general practice attorney as you look for a lawyer to fight your speeding ticket. Look for a qualified Ventnor traffic ticket lawyer that focuses on traffic cases exclusively and has long been an ally to motorists in the Ventnor area.

Reasonable Fees Furthermore, a good lawyer does not have to cost a fortune. A solid Ventnor traffic ticket attorney can argue for you at a cost far less than the total of elevated insurance premiums over several years’ time. To make it convenient for you, we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards.

FREE Consultation To begin your search for a top Ventnor traffic ticket attorney, take advantage of our FREE phone consultations. During our conversation, we will give you a direct, honest opinion about your situation and advise you on whether it is worth pursuing in court (most of the time it absolutely is!).

Take every necessary step to guard one of your most precious possessions–your driver’s license; contact a Ventnor traffic ticket lawyer without delay.

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