Hamilton NJ Speeding Lawyers
Being summonsed into court for a speeding ticket can be scary and for most, this is probably going to be the very first time that they step into a courtroom, which can be intimidating in and of itself. Couple that with the fact that New Jersey takes speeding offenses very seriously, a “simple” speeding ticket could turn into a very stressful situation fast. That is why we strongly recommend that if or a loved one has been charged with speeding in New Jersey that you speak to an experienced traffic ticket defense attorney as soon as possible about your options. As you will see below, a speeding ticket in New Jersey could not only subject a Defendant to a high fines and points on their license but it could also lead to a license suspension. Furthermore, if the speeding is egregious, it could also land a Defendant behind bars as well. If you have been charged with speeding in Mercer County, the Keith Oliver Criminal Law can help. Our office defends clients accused of speeding in towns like Hamilton, Ewing, Robbinsville, West Windsor, East Windsor, Lawrenceville, Trenton, Hopewell, Hightstown and Princeton. If you have been summonsed into one of those courts for speeding, leaving the scene of an accident, driving while intoxicated, driving while suspended, reckless driving, tailgating or careless driving, let the Keith Oliver Criminal Law help. If you would like to set up a free initial consultation today, then please contact us at 609-789-0779.
Speeding Lawyers in Robbinsville NJ
Speeding tickets are one of the most common traffic offenses issued in New Jersey and Mercer County is no exception. With major roadways like Interstate 95, Interstate 295, Route 1, Route 33, Route 206 and Route 129 cutting right through Mercer County it is not hard to see why they deal with so many traffic offenses each and every year. Mercer County as a whole issues more than 100,000 traffic violations each and every year. If you have been charged with speeding, the applicable penalties will be controlled by how fast over the speed limit you were actually traveling. Here is a quick breakdown of how many points a Defendant will be facing:
|39:4–98||Exceeding maximum speed 1-14 mph over limit||2|
|39:4–98||Exceeding maximum speed 15-29 mph over limit||4|
|39:4–98||Exceeding maximum speed 30 mph or more over limit||5|
If the speed in question broaches the 90 mile per hour range the reality of the potential for a jail sentence exists. If you have been charged with speeding in Mercer County it crucial that you speak to an experienced criminal lawyer as soon as possible. Reducing and/or eliminating the points can prevent not only an administrative license suspension but it could also eliminate insurance surcharges as well.
Speeding Attorneys in Ewing NJ
If you have been charged with speeding, driving while suspended, driving without insurance, reckless driving, tailgating or any other offense for that matter, Keith Oliver Criminal Law can help. If you would like to set up a free consultation today with one of our attorneys then please contact us at 609-789-0779. We serve all of Mercer County, including towns like Ewing, Lawrence, Robbinsville, Trenton, Hamilton and Princeton. Do not make the mistake of not taking these types of offense seriously. Once the points and/or suspension is imposed, it is to late to take it back.