Traffic violations in New Jersey can have serious and costly consequences and should not be taken lightly. If you receive a New Jersey traffic ticket, contact Sean Branigan, Attorney at Law for advice and representation. We work with you so that you can avoid losing your license or paying hefty fines.
Our representation includes the vigorous handling of all traffic tickets in New Jersey, including speeding ticket defense. Beating a speeding ticket in New Jersey is no easy task and your best bet is to hire a professional like Sean Branigan, Attorney at Law, a firm familiar with local laws and standards applicable to your case. Speeding tickets and other driving violations can result in points being placed on your license which in turn can result in an increase in your insurance. You may also face possible license suspension. We vigorously defend you and try to minimize the impact of any New Jersey traffic ticket you receive.
When you receive a traffic violation in New Jersey, you have the choice to either appear, pay the fine, enter a not guilty plea, or to retain a New Jersey traffic violation attorney. Should you appear, you may be offered a reduction in the points that would go on your license, in return for pleading guilty. In the alternative, if you are not happy with the offer, you have the option to plead not guilty and request trial. It is in your best interest to hire a traffic violation professional like Mr. Branigan in most cases to minimize the penalties against you.
Branigan & Associates will represent all your traffic violation problems including speeding tickets, traffic tickets, seat belt tickets, reckless driving traffic violations, drunk driving, DUI & DWI, careless driving, stop sign traffic tickets, driving with no insurance, driving while license suspended, and all other New Jersey moving violations.
Avoid having your license suspended or revoked. Avoid having your insurance premiums skyrocket. Seek out the counsel and representation of Branigan & Associates for all your New Jersey traffic tickets. You deserve a law firm with experience and knowledge and one that can give you straight answers to your questions in simple English.
DWI, DUI, Drunk Driving
Under the law in New Jersey, someone charged with drunk driving can be prosecuted as a traditional DWI, in which the prosecution attempts to prove a person was under the influence based on driving patterns and a field sobriety test performance, or by a showing of violation of the per se law which has a legal limit of .08 percent. Having the right attorney’s expertise in these matters can assist you to find inconsistencies in the police reporting or prosecution’s case that can be used to reduce or dismiss the charges against you.
For those under the age of 21, it is illegal to drive with a BAC of 0.01 percent or greater. Violation of this law results in license suspension for 30 to 90 days, and community service for 15 to 30 days. Minors facing such charges should contact a drunk driving lawyer in New Jersey right away to review their case.