If you have gotten a speeding or another kind of traffic ticket in Willingboro, you may not be sure what to do. The fines seem excessive for the traffic offense you were charged with, and you are worried about how the points on your license could affect your insurance or your ability to keep your license. If this sounds like your situation, contact a Willingboro speeding ticket lawyer right away so that we can begin helping you with your case.

In some situations, the police may have pulled you over for a violation you didn’t even know you were committing. You may have not seen the partially hidden speed limit sign, or the light may have changed to red in the split second that you were pulling into the intersection. However, in most cases, the police do not care about your reason for allegedly violating a particular traffic law. If they saw you do it, they will probably write you a ticket.

This may seem unfair to you, especially when you realize that you will have to pay a fine and have points added to your license because of your traffic ticket. If you do end up paying the fine for your ticket, you have basically pled guilty to the traffic offense and will have to accept the points that will be added to your license. If you already have points on your license, then you could end up with some pretty serious penalties including possibly having your license suspended or even jail time for a DUI arrest.

The other option, which many people choose to take, is to have your case heard before a Willingboro traffic court judge. Some people think that they can go before the judge by themselves and convince them to drop their ticket or reduce their penalties. Unfortunately, however, this is easier said than done. Most of the time, the police officer who wrote your ticket will also be at the hearing, and it is difficult to convince a judge that you are right and the police officer is wrong.

This is when having an experienced Willingboro traffic ticket attorney can be of great benefit to you. We can help you develop a strong argument that will show the judge that you deserve to have your penalty reduced or even have the ticket dismissed entirely. If you do not want to face the heavy fines and points on your license, give our offices a call today.

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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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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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