Bergen County, NJ Traffic Ticket Attorney
Serving NJ clients charged with traffic violations
Located in Englewood, NJ the Law Offices of Richard E. Novak, LLC has over 25 years of experience fighting for the rights of clients facing municipal violations. If you are issued a traffic ticket or charged with a more serious offense, you need an attorney that has the experience and skill to explore every avenue of defense to help you avoid the consequences of your situation. We handle all traffic violations, including speeding, cell phone violations, reckless driving, and driving without a license. During our consultation, we will assess your situation, explore your options, and ardently represent your interests. If you need quality legal support, contact The Law Offices of Richard E. Novak, LLC.
Speeding violations come with various fines and penalties. Law enforcement in New Jersey actively pursues drivers who unlawfully break the speed limit, issuing tickets to reflect these infractions. If you are issued a speeding ticket in the state of New Jersey, you have a lot to consider. You could face a ticket with points between 2 and 5 points, depending on your violation.
Most traffic tickets are minor infractions that come with relatively significant fines and the possibility of points issued to one’s driving record impacting insurance premiums. In some cases, a person driving a car unlawfully may be issued a reckless driving ticket when they egregiously violate the laws of the road. Some factors, including driving under the influence, excess speeding, and wantonly putting others at risk can lead to a reckless driving ticket.
Driving while using electronic devices without the assistance of hands-free technology is against the law in New Jersey. Cell phones are an integral part of our lives because they have become powerful pieces of technology. Cell phones have the ability to not only make calls, they can email, text, direct you to locations, play video games, surf the internet and much more.
You need to have a current license to drive a car. Driving without a license or a suspended license remains illegal in every state in the country and New Jersey is no exception. Though it is known that this is the law, people continue to drive without a license. When a person is caught by law enforcement illegally operating a vehicle, they may be subject to large fines and potential jail time.