While traffic tickets and other violations heard by Municipal Courts throughout the State of New Jersey are less severe offenses than those heard by higher courts, the consequences of conviction can still adversely affect your life.
Disorderly Persons offenses (New Jersey’s version of a Misdemeanor) can carry a jail sentence, and really, any time spent in jail creates a significant impact – by threatening job loss, resulting in lost income, not to mention creating hardship on families.
Some of the more common types of cases heard in New Jersey Municipal Courts include the following:
• Reckless and/or Careless driving
• Driving without a license
• Driving without insurance
• Driving with a suspended or revoked license
• Leaving the scene of an accident
Municipal Court Attorneys- New Jersey
The lawyers at Guberman, Benson & Calise believe every case deserves our utmost attention and commitment. No case is too small to consider important. We understand that our clients’ quality of life and freedom are at risk. Cases involving traffic tickets or Disorderly Persons offenses complicate lives and often limit future opportunity by reducing career choices, resulting in deportation, or other unwanted disruptions of your life to both you and your loved ones.
We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your concerns regarding traffic violations or Municipal Court charges. Do not make the mistake of thinking that such a minor offense does not require legal advice. Contact us today and take the time to find out your rights!