When involved in a moving violation in New Jersey, you receive points on your driver’s license as part of the penalty. These points act as negative marks that show up on your license and prove extremely difficult to get rid of. You can accrue points on your license by:
For every violation, you receive points. Over time, these points build up and, once you have twelve points on your license, the state will suspend it.
If you have traffic violation tickets that remain unpaid, the New Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) may put a hold on your driver’s license. This means that you cannot renew your driver’s license and possibly even your vehicle registration until you have paid your penalty in full. This can lead to many difficulties, particularly if you need your vehicle to get to work or care for your family.
An experienced attorney from Simon Sarver, Attorneys at Law, can help you clear the hold on your license. We can also help you clear your driving record and avoid placing additional points on it. An experienced attorney can also save you money by appearing on your behalf in court and arranging for a fine reduction and a payment plan to help you get out from under your outstanding tickets.
If your driver’s license has been negatively affected because of a moving violation ticket, or if outstanding traffic tickets put your driver’s license—and your life—on hold, you need an experienced New Jersey attorney on your side.
Simon Sarver, Attorneys at Law, brings decades of experience and legal knowledge to every client’s case. We understand that each situation is different, and we work with you to understand the unique issues of your case and plan how to best help you.
Our skilled team of lawyers is ready to assist you, from driver’s license tickets and driver’s license holds to hit-and-run and personal injury cases. Call us today for a free consultation at (973) 381-1902.
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