Traffic Ticket for Driving While Suspended, Speeding, Reckless Driving, Driving Without Insurance, Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle or Another Motor Vehicle Violation in Holmdel Township New Jersey
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We assume that you were issued a ticket or summons in Holmdel for a traffic violation if you are reviewing this page. You are certainly not alone in being charged with reckless driving, driving while suspended, speeding, possession of CDS in a motor vehicle, driving without insurance, DWI or another offense in the Township. Over 10,000 charges for some form of traffic/motor vehicle offense were issued last year alone by members of the Holmdel Police Department and State Police patrolling the Garden State Parkway in Holmdel. The lawyers at our firm routinely appear in Holmdel Municipal Court on an array of violations and are ready to discuss how we can help you avoid points, fines, a license suspension or even jail. You can contact the Holmdel Office of Jonathan F. Marshall for a free consultation with an attorney anytime 24/7. Attorneys are ready at 732-737-8487 to discuss your traffic case now.
Holmdel New Jersey Traffic Offense
There are many types of traffic offense cases that arise in Holmdel Township New Jersey. The charges that come up most frequently include:
- Driving While Suspended. This violation arises out of N.J.S.A. 39:3-40 and results in fines, surcharges and additional periods of suspension upon conviction. You should also know that jail is mandatory if your are convicted of a third or subsequent driving while suspended.
- Speeding. Speeding is probably the most common traffic ticket issued in Holmdel. A conviction for speeding up to 14 MPH over the limit results in 2 points, 15-24 MPH over the limit results in 4 points and 30 MPH or over carries 5 points.
- Driving Without Insurance. Driving without insurance in violation of N.J.S.A. 39:6B-2 carries severe penalties that include a 1 year license suspension for a first offense and 2 year revocation for a second or subsequent offense. The jail term for a second or subsequent conviction is 14-30 days.
- Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”). A summons for driving while intoxicated, also referred to as driving under the influence, exposes you to significant penalties under N.J.S.A. 39:4-50. For information on this subject, referring to our Holmdel DWI Lawyer page.
- Reckless Driving. A conviction for reckless driving under N.J.S.A. 39:4-96 note only triggers 5 points on your license but also the possibility of a license suspension.
- Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle. As surprising as it sounds, possession of cds in a motor vehicle under 39:4-49.1 results in a longer suspension for a first offense than DWI. There is a 2 year mandatory revocation of driving privileges upon conviction for possessing drugs in a car or other motor vehicle.
In addition to the penalties previously set forth, someone convicted of a moving traffic offense is also exposed to administrative sanctions from the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. For example, an accumulation of 12 or more points on your license results in a suspension of your privileges. There are also surcharges that are imposed by DMV for certain violations and also once a motorist accumulates 6 or more points on his/her license. You should also be aware that most insurance companies will increase their premium in the event of conviction for a Holmdel moving traffic violation.
Holmdel Motor Vehicle Offense Defense Attorney
The ramifications for failing to avoid a motor vehicle offense are clearly significant. Retaining a defense attorney with a track record of success can make all the difference in the outcome of your traffic charge. This is exactly what the lawyers at our firm can offer you whether you are faced with a basic speeding ticket or a third offense for driving while suspended. To speak to a lawyer that is extremely familiar with the workings of the Holmdel Municipal Court, call The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall in Holmdel. Attorneys are available to discuss your reckless driving, driving without insurance or other summons 24/7.