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If you have been charged with Failure to Report an Accident (39:4-130) in NJ you face
losing your drivers license along with a fine of up to $100.00.  Although the fine may be small
the loss of your NJ drivers license could cost you thousands of dollars and even your job.  If
you are convicted you could lose your license and think about how you would go to work, buy
food or other necessities. Accordingly a proper defense with a skilled New Jersey traffic ticket
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to minimize the penalties to only a fine when possible.

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Failure to Report An Accident Ticket in NJ Penalties:
  • $30 to $100 Fine*
  • Possible Suspension of your Drivers License by NJ MVC
Failure to Report An Accident Ticket is:
*Additional penalties and fines may be levied against any person who suppresses, by way of concealment or destruction of any evidence a violation of 39:4-130.
Failure to Report an Accident is Motor Vehicle Charge in NJ and is commonly tried in the municipal court but may be tried in the Superior Court if other traffic tickets or
criminal violations are alleged.  Please see our NJ Failure to Report an Accident Lawyers for complete detail of all penalties and fines associated with this charge.  
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If you are involved in an accident the law states that you must notify the local police by the
quickest means of communication.  However, your duty does not end once you notify the police,
you must also within 10 days after such accident forward a written report of such accident to the
MVC on forms furnished by the commission.  Many people think that their duty ends once the
police are involved but unfortunately it is not.  Thus, you can be found guilty of a violation of
failure to report an accident in NJ even if you immediately reported it to the police but failed to
notify the MVC.  Not to worry we can help and as long as you were not charged with leaving the
scene of an accident with this ticket it is very rare to have your license suspended for this charge
if you have been properly represented.  Again proper representation is the key and with over 23
years of experience Attorney Aalsberg can help you keep your license and stay driving, but you
must take the first step and call him to setup your free in office consultation at 1-800-974-4487 or
(732) 257-5040.  The call is free the results could be priceless . . .
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