TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS IN NEW JERSEY
Call our South Jersey Traffic Violations Lawyer today!
Burnham Law Group is an experienced New Jersey traffic ticket law firm. We will help you provide the strongest possible defense when you’re accused of a traffic violation and guide you through the legal process. Paying your fine won’t make the situation disappear. Paying a ticket means pleading guilty to the underlying offense, this carries consequences.
It is important for you to understand all your legal rights when you receive a traffic summons or ticket. This will help you avoid serious legal consequences like increased insurance rates, a suspended license, or additional fines.
Attorneys at our firm are prepared to represent clients in courts throughout New Jersey, in a wide range of traffic cases, such as:
- Trucking tickets
- Speeding tickets
- DWI and DUI
- Driving while suspended or revoked
- Refusal to take a Breathalyzer
- Provisional license violations
While there are certainly many other charges besides these that carry with them much harsher penalties, traffic violation convictions can add up and certainly change one’s life for a certain period of time. If you are convicted of a DUI, you will face a license suspension that make it difficult for you to get to work and perform your daily activities. It’s often a matter of time until you decide to ignore the suspension, and are pulled over again and now facing the same penalties two-fold.
In many cases, especially with DUI convictions, the charges can be trumped to a felony, forfeiting your right to vote, possibly years spent in prison, and a changed reputation. The best thing you can do right now is look for talented defense counsel and take control over your charges, instead of simply chancing it in court.
Our South Jersey criminal law firm in conveniently located in Marlton, New Jersey and we represent clients throughout Atlantic County, Burlington County and Camden County, including but not limited to the communities of Cherry Hill, Medford, Moorestown, Mt. Laurel, Princeton and Voorhees.
Call (856) 751-5505 or contact us online to avoid the harsh penalties often associated with these matters.