New Jersey traffic offenses range from the trivial to the catastrophic. Few things in law are more trivial than parking tickets, or driving with an inoperative tail light. Like untreated sores or blisters, though, even “trivial” traffic tickets such as these, when ignored, can trigger consequences of disproportionate magnitude. These consequences can include loss of driving privileges and, in some cases, even jail.

At the high end of the spectrum are traffic offenses that, in all cases, expose the motorist to “consequences of magnitude.” Foremost among these offenses is driving while under the influence (DUI), also known as driving while intoxicated (DWI). Not quite as serious, but serious enough, are offenses such as driving with suspended license (or no license at all), driving without insurance, and leaving the scene of an accident. Reckless driving, and passing a loading or unloading school bus also count among the more serious traffic offenses. Even the more mundane traffic offenses such as speeding, careless driving, failure to stop at a stop sign, and failure to observe a traffic signal expose a motorist to a fine, motor vehicle points, and insurance points. Their accumulation eventually exposes drivers to loss of driving privileges, and huge increases in insurance premiums.

Traffic offenses that in ordinary situations might be nothing more than a metaphorical “bump in the road” threaten more ominous consequences for holders of a commercial driver's licenses (CDL). Traffic convictions can cause loss of CDL privileges. CDL privileges can be lost even when the offenses did not arise during use of a commercial vehicle. Traffic Offenses and Traffic Ticket Lawyers in New Jersey

Persons charged with traffic offenses in New Jersey have a huge arsenal of tools to avoid or lessen the consequences. But knowing what is in this arsenal and, equally importantly, how to most effectively use it, requires knowledge and experience. Lawyers in the New Jersey Law Offices of Allan Marain have the knowledge and experience to guide motorists charged with traffic offenses. The potential consequences of traffic offenses are too serious for motorists to try to “go it alone.”

 Overview  |  Allan Marain  |  Norman Epting, Jr.  |  The Practice  |  Selecting a Lawyer 
 Trial Transcript  |  Jobs and Internships 

 Abandoned Cars  |  Appeals  |  Arson  |  Assault  |  Bad Checks  |  Bribery  |  Burglary 
 CDS in Vehicle  |  Cell Phones  |  Child Pornography  |  Cocaine  |  Computer Crimes 
 Conditional Dismissal  |  Conspiracy  |  Credit Card Fraud  |  Drug Crimes  |  DWI/DUI 
 Eluding  |  Endangering  |  Entrapment  |  Evidence  |  Expungements  |  False Swearing 
 Federal Appeals  |  Federal Crimes  |  Fictitious Reports  |  Forgery  |  Graves Act  |  Gun Law  |  Harassment 
 Hazing  |  Homicide  |  Identity Theft  |  Insurance Fraud  |  Invasion of Privacy  |  Jury Service  |  Juvenile Delinquency 
 Kidnapping  |  Leaving the Scene  |  Lewdness  |  Mail Fraud  |  Manslaughter  |  Marijuana  |  Megan's Law 
 Miranda Warnings  |  Money Laundering  |  Municipal Court  |  Murder  |  NERA  |  No Insurance  |  Official Misconduct 
 PCR  |  Peeping Tom  |  Perjury  |  Point Assessments  |  Police Misconduct  |  Possession  |  Prostitution 
 PT I  |  Receiving Stolen P'ty  |  Red Light Cameras  |  Refusals  |  Resisting Arrest  |  Revoked List  |  Robbery 
 Sexual Assault  |  Shoplifting  |  Stalking  |  Street Crimes  |  Tax Crimes--Federal  |  Tax Crimes--NJ 
 Terroristic Threats  |  Theft  |  Theft by Deception  |  Theft of Services  |  Traffic Offenses 
 Unauth'd Prac Law  |  Underage Drinking  |  Underage Gambling  |  Urinating in Public 
 Vehicular Homicide  |  Violation of Probation  |  Weapons Possession  |  White Collar Crimes  |  Wire Fraud 

 Discrimination  |  Domestic Violence  |  Drivers Licenses  |  Excessive Force  |  Freedom of Speech 
 Personal Injury  |  Whistleblowers 

 Case Review  |  Super Links  |  Top of the Nineth  |  Directions  |  Parking  |  PGP Public Key 

 The Bottom Line 

Methodical. Tenacious. Caring.

“Enemy of those who make him an enemy. Friend of those who have no friends.” -- Boston Blackie

Law Offices of Allan Marain

Attorneys and Counsellors at LawFirm accepts PayPal for fees relating to New Jersey Lawyers for criminal charges, DWI DUI in State and federal court in New Jersey
100 Bayard Street
P.O. Box 1030
New Brunswick NJ 08903
Phone 732-828-2020
or Toll Free: 877-652-6531

Criminal Lawyers in New Jersey and
© Copyright 2006-2019, Allan Marain, New Brunswick, NJ, All rights reserved.
For information, questions, or suggestions about our site, please email our webmaster.
Web site design by DNEBA Enterprises » Accessible and Effective Web Design.
Search engine optimization by Rank Magic.
Page last updated 11 February 2018, and displayed Monday 15 July 2019, at 18:10:12 EDT.
  10.0Allan Marain NJ Criminal Defense Lawyer Provides Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional code   Criminal Lawyer in NJ adheres to CSS standards   Site powered by Apache for users with problems relating to NJ New Jersey marijuana pot paraphernalia arrest arrested municipal court lawyer Rutgers police   Dynamic Drive provides much-valued technical assistance for attorneys at law in New Jersey court defense     

- - -