If You Have Been Charged With Driving The Wrong Way On A One Way Street You Will Get 2 Points On Your License
A Summons for driving the wrong way on a one way street (39:4-85.1) will cost you two points on your license. Don't let points ruin your clean record, increase your car insurance rates and cost you money. If you are trying to apply for any job that has a requires a clean driving record, or one that requires you to drive a company car, your history of violations could have an adverse impact for employment. Your auto insurer is also likely to raise your premiums due to points on your license an a conviction for traveling the wrong way down a one way road. We have a 98%* Success Rate of eliminating the points this ticket carries. Learn how, setup your free in office consultation at 800-974-4487 and start saving money today.
In New Jersey for Insurance purposes it takes 3 years from the date of your violation/conviction for the points to be eliminated off your insurance. That is why a conviction for this offense should be fought with proper legal representation.
For Tickets Marked Mandatory Court Appearance: In addition, to points you could also receive up to 15 days in jail. (note that unless your offense involves an accident or a mandatory court appearance it is very rare, but possible for a judge to impose jail). In addition to possible jail for tickets marked mandatory court appearance, the judge does have the discretion to suspend your license. If you lose your license either because you have accumulated too many points or because the judge feels that your violation warrants a suspension, you could lose your job, your house and all that is important to you! Don't go it alone we can help. Call our office at 1-800-9-RIGHTS or 732-257-5040 to setup a free in office consultation to find out how we can help you reduce or eliminate these penalties. You have rights, but you must know how to protect them we can help.
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- Eliminate Your Points
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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.