Municipal Court and Traffic Violations Attorney
For 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.
Traffic Tickets & Violations
If you have been charged with any of the following New Jersey municipal court violations, contact our team today for a free evaluation of your case:
• Reckless Driving
• Careless Driving
• Point Problems
• Driving Without Insurance
• Driving While Suspended / Revoked
• Improper Passing of a Bus
• Racing on a Highway
• DMV Suspension Hearing
• Leaving the Scene of an Accident
• Possession of Illegal Substance and/or Paraphernalia
If you have been charged with a minor criminal offense which is being heard in the municipal court of the township in which you are alleged to have committed a crime, our team of New Jersey municipal court lawyers can offer you effective representation. If you have been charged with any of these common municipal court offenses, contact our NJ municipal court lawyers today at 800-757-2304 or 732-757-0165.
Recent Results in Municipal Courts
|Violation/Charge||Max Penalty Facing Client||Result|
|Driving With Revoked Registration and No Insurance (5 separate Citations)||Criminal Misdemeanor
– up to 30 days in jail.
|Speeding – 1-14 mph over limit||2 points and $250 fine||0 points and $100 fine|
|Careless Driving, Failure to Exhibit Registration, Failure to Exhibit Insurance||2 points and $500 fine||All Dismissed|
|Possession and/or use of Marijuana (50 grams or less) and Possession and/or use of Paraphernalia||6 months in jail and $1,000 fine||Conditional Discharge (client on probation for 1 year and eligible for offense to be expunged from record after 6 months of final disposition)|