Aberdeen Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Aberdeen with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Aberdeen lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Aberdeen Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Aberdeen! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Aberdeen

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Aberdeen Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Aberdeen
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Absecon Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Absecon with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Absecon lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Absecon Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Absecon! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Absecon

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Absecon Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Absecon
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Allamuchy Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Allamuchy with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Allamuchy lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Allamuchy Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Allamuchy! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Allamuchy

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Allamuchy Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Allamuchy
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Allendale Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Allendale with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Allendale lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Allendale Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Allendale! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Allendale

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Allendale Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Allendale
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Allenhurst Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Allenhurst with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Allenhurst lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Allenhurst Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Allenhurst! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Allenhurst

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Allenhurst Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Allenhurst
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Allentown Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Allentown with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Allentown lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Allentown Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Allentown! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Allentown

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Allentown Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Allentown
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Alloway Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Alloway with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Alloway lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Alloway Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Alloway! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Alloway

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Alloway Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Alloway
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Alpha Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Alpha with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Alpha lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Alpha Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Alpha! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Alpha

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Alpha Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Alpha
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Alpine Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Alpine with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Alpine lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Alpine Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Alpine! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Alpine

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Alpine Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Alpine
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations

Andover Lawyer

NO POINTS – NO INSURANCE SURCHARGES – BEST REPRESENTATION

If you have been charged in Andover with a Traffic Ticket it is important that you hire an experienced Andover lawyer to represent you in court who will leave no stone unturned. Because you do not appear in court every day, and we do, you may not be aware of the many defenses, objections and challenges that are available to defend your Traffic Ticket charge. Anyone can simply plead guilty and get the points. Don’t give up your rights!

At Shugar Law we know a lot is on the line with your Andover Ticket Summons. Points, high fines, license suspension and surcharges are just the beginning. Not to mention an increase in your personal insurance rates! Don’t you deserve and owe it to yourself to do whatever it takes to avoid the Ticket Charge in Andover! Call us for a free consultation at 1-888-966-8484.

Aggressive Improper Traffic Ticket Defense in Andover

We do whatever it takes to get you the best possible result for your Ticket in Andover Court. We explore every possible avenue for a successful defense. Whether it is a complete dismissal, downgraded charge, or trial on the merits of your case we guarantee we won’t stop until you tell us to stop.

*Many times we can file motions and/or have the Judge sign an Order to exclude documents from your case.
*Many times we can argue you made a judgment call.
*Many times we can argue there was an emergency.
*Many times we can argue case law to dismiss your ticket charge.

Call us Now for Help with Your Traffic Summons

I’m sure you have questions and we are here to help answer them. Take advantage of our Free Consultation. 1-888-966-8484

Can I Be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing

Answer is Possibly. There is a court rule that allows a defendant to be represented by a Lawyer in court without the client physically appearing in Court. Court Rule 7:12-3 permits a Judge to allow a Lawyer to represent a client without their personal appearance in court “if a personal appearance by the defendant would constitute an undue hardship such as illness, physical incapacity, substantial distance to travel”. Undue Hardship is the key word and it is very subjective. What one Judge believes is an undue hardship another Judge will not. In fact there are many Judges in New Jersey that have arbitrary nonsense rules pertaining to what they believe is Undue Hardship. We know all of these little rules the Judge’s have so you can know BEFORE hiring whether it is reasonable to anticipate if you will not have to appear.

Procedure to be Represented by a Lawyer in Court Without Appearing
First we would email or regular mail you a plea by mail that is only valid for this one particular case in the one particular court. We pre-fill out the form for you and all you have to do is hand-write or type in the reason for the hardship (which is usually “distance to court”, “reside in ___ State, or “CDL driver”) if you live out of State. We then pre-screen our request to appear in court without you personally appearing. Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request.

Municipal Court Judge’s Review of our Request to Represent You Without You Appearing in Court
Some Judge’s will Grant or Deny our request prior to the Court appearance. Judge’s do not have to give a reason why. If the Judge denies our request to appear without you personally appearing we would simply notify you that your appearance is required. We are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Other Judge’s have us appear in Court and place on the record the reason for the plea by mail request. We would appear in court on your court date with the plea by mail that you filled out. If the Judge allows us to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we resolve the case and report the fines along with any additional information to you via email or regular mail. If the Judge DENIES our request to complete the representation without you personally appearing then we simply adjourn/postpone the case and we would notify you that your appearance is necessary the next time we appear. If the Judge denies our request it does not harm the final outcome of your case. Again, we are always happy to try to accommodate your schedule and would be happy to try to schedule it when most convenient for you.

Unfortunately , the Judge has the final say as to whether we can complete your representation without you personally appearing. If I had it my way I would represent every single client (who wished us to do so) without them personally appearing in court. Some clients want to come to court and that is fine as well. But in our experience most clients do not want to come to court and would like our service to include representing them without them personally appearing.

Common Violations in Andover
27:23–29 Moving Against Traffic (2 Points)
27:23–29 Improper Passing (4 Points)
27:23–29 Unlawful Use Of Median Strip (2 Points)
39:3–20 Operating Constructor Vehicle In Excess Of 45 Mph (3 Points)
39:3-40 Driving While License or Registration Suspended
39:4–14.3 Operating Motorized Bicycle On A Restricted Highway (2 Points)
39:4–14.3d More Than One Person On A Motorized Bicycle (2 Points)
39:4–35 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4–36 Failure To Yield To Pedestrian In Crosswalk; Passing A Vehicle Yielding To Pedestrian In Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4-36a Fail To Yield To Pedestrian Crossing Road (2 Points)
39:4-36a(1) Stop Vehicle To Allow Pedestrian To Cross Marked Crosswalk (2 Points)
39:4– 41 Driving Through Safety Zone (2 Points)
39:4-49.1 Possession of Drugs in Motor Vehicle
39:4–52 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:4–55 Improper Action Or Omission On Grades And Curves (2 Points)
39:4–57 Failure To Observe Direction Of Officer(2 Points)
39:4–66 Failure To Stop Vehicle Before Crossing Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–66.1 Failure To Yield To Pedestrians Or Vehicles While Entering Or Leaving Highway (2 Points)
39:4–66.2 Driving On Public Or Private Property To Avoid A Traffic Sign Or Signal (2 Points)
39:4–71 Operating A Motor Vehicle On A Sidewalk (2 Points)
39:4–80 Disregard Of Officer Directing Traffic (2 Points)
39:4-80a Failure To Obey Direction Of Officer (2 Points)
39:4–81 Failure To Observe Traffic Signals (2 Points)
39:4-81a Failure To Obey Traffic Signal (2 Points)
39:4–82 Failure To Keep Right (2 Points)
39:4–82.1 Improper Operating Of Vehicle On Divided Highway Or Divider (2 Points)
39:4–83 Failure To Keep Right At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–84 Failure To Pass To Right Of Vehicle Proceeding In Opposite Direction (5 Points)
39:4–85 Improper Passing On Right Or Off Roadway (4 Points)
39:4–85.1 Wrong Way On A One-Way Street (2 Points)
39:4–86 Improper Passing In No Passing Zone (4 Points)
39:4–87 Failure To Yield To Overtaking Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–88 Failure To Observe Traffic Lanes (2 Points)
39:4-88a Traffic On Marked Lanes- Nearest Right Lane (2 Points)
39:4-88b Traffic On Marked Lanes- Unsafe Lane Change (2 Points)
39:4-88c Traffic On Marked Lanes- Center Lane Violation (2 Points)
39:4-88e Traffic On Marked Lanes- Trucks (2 Points)
39:4–89 Tailgating (5 Points)
39:4–90 Failure To Yield At Intersection (2 Points)
39:4–90.1 Failure To Use Proper Entrances To Limited Access Highways (2 Points)
39:4–91 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–92 Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–96 Reckless Driving (5 Points)
39:4–97 Careless Driving (2 Points)
39:4–97a Destruction Of Agricultural Or Recreational Property (2 Points)
39:4–97.1 Slow Speed Blocking Traffic (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 1-14 Mph Over Limit (2 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 15-29 Mph Over Limit(4 Points)
39:4–98 Exceeding Maximum Speed 30 Mph Or More Over Limit (5 Points)
39:4–105 Failure To Stop For Traffic Light (2 Points)
39:4–115 Improper Turn At Traffic Light (3 Points)
39:4-115a Turns At Controlled Intersection (3 Points)
39:4–119 Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal (2 Points)
39:4-119A Failure To Stop At Flashing Red Signal – Red (2 Points)
39:4–122 Failure To Stop For Police Whistle (2 Points)
39:4–123 Improper Right Or Left Turn (3 Points)
39:4-123a Right Turns (3 Points)
39:4-123b Right Left Hand Turns (3 Points)
39:4–124 Improper Turn From Approved Turning Course (3 Points)
39:4–125 Improper U-Turn (3 Points)
39:4–126 Failure To Give Proper Signal (2 Points)
39:4–127 Improper Backing Or Turning In Street (2 Points)
39:4–127.1 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing (2 Points)
39:4–127.2 Improper Crossing Of Bridge (2 Points)
39:4–128 Improper Crossing Of Railroad Grade Crossing By Certain Vehicles (2 Points)
39:4–128.1 Improper Passing Of School Bus (5 Points)
39:4–128.4 Improper Passing Of Frozen Dessert Truck(4 Points)
39:4–129 Leaving The Scene Of An Accident (2 Points)
39:4–129A Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129B Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Property Damage (2 Points)
39:4–129C Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Personal Injury (8 Points)
39:4–129D Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Damage Other Vehicle (2 Points)
39:4–129E Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Suppressing Evidence (2 Points)
39:4–144 Failure To Observe Stop Or Yield Signs(2 Points)
39:5c–1 Racing On Highway (5 Points)
39:6B-1 No Insurance
39:5d–4 Moving Violation Committed Out-Of-State (2 Points)
Garden State Parkway Violations
New Jersey Turnpike Violations
Atlantic City Expressway Violations
Local Code Municipal Violations