Do Not Let A Traffic Violation Disrupt Your Life

If you have been charged with a traffic violation, what you do next could have a big impact on your daily life. Depending on the severity of the charges against you, a conviction can lead to a fine, suspension of your license and even jail time. Below are five traffic offenses in particular that come with severe penalties:

  • DUI/DWI
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving without a license and/or insurance
  • Driving with a suspended license
  • Illegal passing of a school bus

There is a lot at stake. That is why you need an experienced lawyer who focuses on traffic violations, knows the law and knows how to achieve the best possible result.

At Simon, Monahan & Simon L.L.C., our attorneys have decades of experience fighting traffic charges. We scour the police reports and scrutinize every detail. We know where to find errors and discrepancies that can lead to a positive outcome. We know how to build a strong defense and negotiate effectively with prosecutors.

Restoration Of Your Driver's License

In New Jersey, your license can be suspended for unexpected reasons, including failure to pay a parking ticket, failure to pay child support and failure to pay court-ordered fines.

If your driver's license has been suspended, our lawyers have the legal knowledge needed to try to get it restored. The process can be complicated and involve multiple steps, but we know how to get it done.

Traffic Violations In New Jersey

Traffic violations in New Jersey are processed in municipal court, not superior court. This means there are hundreds of different courts in the state that prosecute traffic violations. Each municipality handles cases differently. Some municipal courts meet daily, while others convene once or twice per month. Some prosecutors are more willing to negotiate than others. It is a complicated landscape, but often our lawyers know the personalities involved and know how to work with them.

Our attorneys also know how traffic violations are handled in New York and Pennsylvania.

Licensed In Four States

Since the founding of our firm in 1983, we have been located in the same location in East Brunswick, New Jersey. We are licensed to practice law in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Florida.

How To Contact Us

At Simon, Monahan & Simon L.L.C., we have a vast amount of experience defending individuals who have received traffic tickets. To speak with an attorney about a traffic violation, call our office in East Brunswick, NJ, today at 732-374-3309, or contact us online.