Charged with Improper Backing
or Turning in Street in NJ?
39:4-124 You Face 2 Points on
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39: 4-124 Improper Turn from Approved Turning Course = 3 Points
We Can Help You Eliminate The Points
Charged with an Improper Turn from an approved turning course: This ticket (39:4-124) is commonly given when a person fails to follow a sign or signal at an intersection that tells the person how they can turn. The law states: No driver shall fail to turn in the manner so directed when such direction signs are installed by said authorities. If you are convicted of this offense you will get 3 points on your license plus a fine tha ranges between $50 to $200.00. Don’t let points ruin your clean record, increase your car insurance rates and cost you money. Furthermore, if your ticket is marked mandatory court appearance or an accident has occurred as a result of this violation you could face the possible suspension of your driver license or even up to 15 days in Jail. Attorney H. Scott Aalsberg, Esq., has a 98%* success rate of eliminating the points and penalties this ticket carries. Learn how, setup your free in office consultation at 1-800-974-4487Serving All Of New Jersey
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Under NJSA: 39:5-31: A judge may suspend the driving privileges of any person he/she deems to be guilty of a “willful violation” of the law. In simplified layman terms this means that, if the driver knew or should have known, what he/she was doing was illegal or improper, (example running a red light or speeding double the limit or 30mph or more over the limit etc.) the judge may issue a license revocation or suspension to that person even if the particular statute has no provision for a license suspension.
A suspension under 39:5-31 is generally only given by a judge when a ticket is either:
- Marked with a mandatory court appearance or
- When an accident occurs as a result of the ticketed persons actions or
- If the person has a bad past driving record. (points may go away over time, but the violation stays on your record for life)
Accordingly, If your ticket is marked mandatory court appearance, do not try to handle this ticket yourself, put the experience of Attorney Aalsberg to work for you to help reduce or eliminate any possible license suspension. Attorney Aalsberg has a 98%* Success rate to win, reduce or eliminate the penalties for all NJ traffic ticket charges.