Clark Speeding Ticket Lawyers
Traffic Defense Attorneys Help Clients Fight Speeding Tickets in Clark, New Jersey
Clark, New Jersey is a town of approximately 15, 000 located in southern Union County. The town is located 20 miles west of New York City making it very convenient for commuters. In addition, the Garden State Parkway runs through the town which allows traveling from Clark to be very simple. Due to the location of Clark and the large number of travelers and commuters, speeding tickets can be very common.
In New Jersey, the penalties for speeding are severe. In addition to a potential loss of license and heavy fines, persons convicted of speeding may have points assessed to their driving record by New Jersey Motor Vehicle Services. Many times, those with points assessed to their driving record face higher insurance premiums.
Speeding Violation Point Assessment in NJ
Speed Over the Limit
+1 – 14 MPH
+15 – 29 MPH
+30 MPH or more
In addition to the assessment of points, you can receive up to a $200 fine. If the offense occurred in certain State-protected zones or on a 65 PMH highway, the amount of the fine will double. Furthermore, offenders can face up to 15 days in jail.
If you have been charged with a speeding offense in Clark, New Jersey, it is important to consult with a New Jersey traffic ticker lawyer. The law firm of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC regularly represents clients in Clark Municipal Court for speeding or other traffic violations. Our criminal attorneys have many years of experience handling such offenses. Case Woodruff, Robert Rowbotham and Gary Grabas are former prosecutors. Jon Bramnick is a Certified Civil Trial Lawyer with over 30 years of trial experience.
Free Consultations Are Available – Clark Speeding Ticket Attorneys
If you would like to speak with one of the firm’s criminal attorneys to discuss a speeding violation, you can reach us at (908) 322-7000. We offer free initial consultations and are available 24 hours a day. The firm has offices in Scotch Plains, Florham Park, Newark, and East Brunswick.