Traffic Tickets in Newark, NJ
Car insurance companies levy points against New Jersey drivers, and they use these points over a prior three-year period to establish the premium you will pay. If you receive too many, you may be unable to purchase auto insurance on the free market. Instead, you will need to go to the New Jersey Personal Automobile Insurance Plan, which costs a great deal more. At 6 or more points, within three years, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission will assess a $250 surcharge against you, $25 for each point above 6, plus fines for the violation itself, The MVC will suspend your license at 12 points, and a judge may suspend your driving privileges as well.
About Newark, New Jersey
Newark is the largest city in the state. The Newark Violations Bureau in the Newark Municipal Court on Green Street handles traffic tickets for the city of Newark. Any moving or parking violations are heard in Courtroom 101 during morning sessions or Courtroom 108 mornings and afternoon as part of the Newark Traffic Court division. The city installed red light cameras at several intersections between 2008 and 2012. The fine for these tickets is $85 and points are not assessed.
About The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall
Our lawyers have many years of experience defending against traffic and other municipal court violations. We can remove the aggravation and annoyance of handling your traffic issue by yourself, while working to keep your insurance premiums affordably low, your driving record clean and to ensure you’re not stuck paying for your traffic violations for many years to come. At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, you can count on our experience, professionalism and proficiency.
Use the skills of the New Jersey Municipal Traffic Court Lawyers at the law offices of Jonathan F. Marshall to help you maneuver through the Newark Municipal Court system. Call 973-710-1520 when you have been cited for a traffic violation to determine the best course of action.