Speeding in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

When someone receives a speeding ticket, they need an experienced lawyer by their side who can help navigate through the criminal justice process. The consequences of speeding in Pennsylvania and New Jersey can have a long-term impact on the driving record of the alleged speeder and can even stand in the way of being hired for jobs that require driving. Additionally, insurance rates are likely to increase and points that are assessed as a result of the violation will appear on their driving record for years. If a driver’s record reaches the state maximum for number of points accrued, their license will be suspended and additional fines will be assessed. Depending on the severity of the violation, a citation can even result in an arrest and jail time.

Excessive Speeding
For excessive speeding tickets, the consequences can be even more devastating. In Pennsylvania, a charge of traveling 31 miles per hour or more over the limit is classified as excessive speeding. In addition to monetary fines, a possible rise in insurance premiums and the assessment of points, an excessive speeding conviction will result in a departmental hearing and (1) a fifteen day license suspension, or (2) a special on road driver’s examination, or both.

Experience, Preparation and a Passion for Results

Our track record speaks for itself. No matter how complex the case, we have the experience and know how to successfully represent individuals accused of speeding. We routinely handle complex speeding cases, cases involving commercial drivers (CDL), and excessive speeding matters for those accused of traveling more than 31 miles per hour over the limit. This office has also successfully defended individuals accused of traveling in excess of 100 miles per hour.

Pennsylvania and New Jersey traffic laws are among the strictest in the nation and speeding charges require the services of a proven attorney who routinely handles traffic matters. Too often, potential clients fail to realize just how important it is to seek the advice of a qualified attorney who thoroughly understands Pennsylvania and New Jersey driving laws and knows the subtleties and nuances of the local courts. Rest assured, this office has handled traffic matters throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We zealously advocate on behalf of the accused and have a track record of success that has earned us the respect of judges and fellow members of the bar. Call today for a free, no-obligation consultation and find out how we may be able to help you.

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