Hamilton Township Traffic Ticket Lawyers
Did You Receive a Ticket or Summons for a Moving Traffic Violation in Hamilton New Jersey? Call Our Hamilton Office To Speak to a Skilled Motor Vehicle Offense Defense Attorney Immediately.
Hamilton is not only the most populated municipality in Mercer County but also the home to some of the state’s busiest roadways. This combination translates into an extraordinary volume of traffic tickets being heard each year in Hamilton Municipal Court. If you were issued a motor vehicle summons on I-195, I-295, the New Jersey Turnpike, U.S. Route 130 or another roadway in Hamilton Township New Jersey, you certainly are not alone. What is more important is to make sure you are not among the large group that end up convicted of an offense that carries fines, surcharges, points and even the possibility of a license suspension. Hiring an attorney who is experienced in defending Hamilton traffic violations can insure that crucial in our view, however, is to insure that you achieve the outcome you need in this regard.
Our firm, the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, possesses the pedigree you need for success in defending a motor vehicle ticket in Hamilton Municipal Court. We are former prosecutors that make up one of the New Jersey’s largest defense firms and we also happen to maintain a Hamilton Office to serve our clients. It also helps that several of the lawyers are former municipal prosecutors that have decades of experience handling motor vehicle and traffic offenses like the one you are facing. If you would like to take advantage of a free consultation with a lawyer on our staff, call 609–683–8102.
Traffic Offense in Hamilton New Jersey
Hamilton New Jersey has approximately 369.10 miles of highway that are patrolled by members of both the Hamilton Police Department but also members of the New Jersey State Police. There are some moving violations that are issued more frequently than others by these law enforcement agencies than others. Our Hamilton Traffic Ticket Lawyers encounter the following offenses most often in the municipal court in the township:
- Reckless Driving
- Driving While Suspended
- Driving Without Insurance
- Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
The legal consequences of these or almost every moving traffic violation include fines, points on your license and the real possibility of an increase in the costs for car/auto insurance. There are also several ways that your privilege to drive can be impacted. For example, a conviction for driving while suspended, driving without insurance, DWI or possession of cds in a motor vehicle in Hamilton all carry mandatory periods of suspension. In addition, the judge in Hamilton Township Municipal Court will frequently suspend your license for reckless driving (e.g. speeding over 95 MPH). An accumulation of 12 or more motor vehicle points also results in an administrative suspension so it is important to minimize this factor when handling a motor vehicle ticket.
Hamilton NJ Motor Vehicle Offense Attorney
Many individuals make the mistake of simply paying a ticket or appearing in court without the benefit of a skilled motor vehicle offense attorney. These decisions are clearly shortsighted given the consequences that a traffic ticket can have on your ability to keep your license in good standing, avoid surcharges and maintain the insurance rates you currently enjoy. The lawyers at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall have the experience to insure that you achieve the result you need. We have over a century in practice between us and there is certainly an attorney at the firm that can help you avoid a conviction for the ticket you are facing. Contact our office in Hamilton at 609–683–8102 to discuss your summons with one of our knowledgeable motor vehicle attorneys immediately.
We serve clients throughout Mercer County, New Jersey — including Trenton, Hamilton, Princeton Borough, West Windsor, East Windsor, Lawrence Township, Robbinsville, Hightstown, Princeton Township, Ewing and Hopewell — and surrounding areas, including Hunterdon County and Burlington County.