Municipal court attorneys’ highlights from last week:

Municipal Court and Traffic Violations Attorney

justiceSMALLFor most people, an appearance in municipal court is the only experience they will have with the law. When you are cited for a traffic violation, charged with a minor crime, or charged with DUI/DWI you want to be sure that you have the legal protection you need to minimize fines and points on your driver’s license and keep you on the road.  At Poulos LoPiccolo, our attorneys represent individuals charged with drunk-driving, traffic violations, possession of illegal substances and/or paraphernalia and other municipal court offenses.

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Below are a few successful case highlights from the second week of October.

Asbury Municipal Court – Client facing $2,000 in fines, 2 points on client’s license as well as a license suspension for 2 years for driving with a suspended license, driving as an uninsured motorist and speeding.

  •  Result – Speeding violation DISMISSED, driving with suspended license reduced to unlicensed driver and failure to have insurance lowered to failure to display insurance card.  Total fine - $750.  Total points – 0.

Ocean Municipal Court – Client facing $1,400 in fines and license suspension for 1 year for driving with a suspended license and expired inspection in.

  •  Result - Driving with a suspended license lowered to unlicensed driver and failure to provide registration DISMISSED.  Total Fine - $300.

Long Branch Municipal Court – Client facing $1,800 in fines, license suspension for 1 year and up to 90 days in jail for driving with a suspended license, expired registration and failure to possess documents.

  • Result - Driving with a suspended license DISMISSED.  Total Fine - $250.