New Jersey “No Turn on Red” Traffic Attorneys
Experienced NJ Traffic Lawyers Help Motorists Challenge Tickets
In New Jersey, dealing with a “No Turn on Red” motor vehicle offense can be a distressing experience. Without proper legal representation, you may feel powerless to dispute the ticket. If you have been cited for making an improper turn, the Union County law firm of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC may be able to help you. We are experienced in assisting clients with motor vehicle offenses in Municipal Court.
What Does Failure to Observe a “No Turn on Red” Sign Mean?
It is illegal for you to make a right turn on red when you see a sign that reads, “No Turn on Red.”
Specifically, under N.J.S.A. § 39:4-115, it is unlawful to make a turn at an intersection where 1) the traffic control signal (i.e. – stop light) is red or otherwise represents “stop” and 2) an official sign of the State, Municipality, or County prohibiting the turn is present.
What Are the Penalties for Failure to Observe a “No Turn on Red” Sign?
This offense can result in a fine of $200 and 3 points being assessed to your driving record by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Services.
I Want to Contest My NJ Traffic Citation – What Should I Do?
Whether you are a New Jersey resident or from out-of-state, you should discuss your case with a New Jersey lawyer. We handle traffic infractions throughout Union County, New Jersey. On the client’s behalf, we will check the sign’s visibility. We will find out if the officer’s viewpoint was obstructed. Our firm has succeeded in getting traffic tickets dismissed or reduced to lower fines and penalties.
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