What to Do if You Receive a Traffic Citation

Friday, January 6th, 2017

Not including parking tickets, it’s estimated that somewhere between 25 and 50 million traffic tickets are issued every year. If you assume the average cost of a ticket is $150.00, the total profit made from tickets each year can range from 3.75 to 7.5 billion dollars. If you’ve recently received a traffic citation and you don’t want to be included in that statistic, then we suggest you contact our team here at Charles Block. Mr. Block is a traffic lawyer representing people in New Jersey who’d like to have their charges either significantly reduced or dropped entirely.

What should you do if you receive a citation for traffic-related causes?

The answer is simple: contact us here at Charles Block. We believe that our knowledge and 32-years experience will help you in having your driving violations and charges either reduced significantly or dropped altogether. In the past, he has successfully handled many different types of cases in areas including Burlington, Gloucester, Camden, and other local counties. Whether you need assistance for traffic offenses, moving violations, point violations, driver’s license suspensions, driving without insurance, or another violation, Mr. Block can provide you with advice on how to proceed as well as get your charges reduced or dropped.

What are some reasons why you would need a lawyer?

Although it’s a good idea to hire a lawyer for a traffic violation no matter what the case is, there are a few reasons why you should definitely contact an attorney. They include:

  • The fine is particularly pricey - By hiring an attorney, you may be able to get the price reduced or even the ticket dropped.
  • You’re unsure about your rights as a New Jersey driver - Charles Block has the knowledge about your rights as a New Jersey driver so that you don’t have to.
  • You want to clear the points on your license – When you reach a certain amount of points on your license, you can have it revoked. Prevent that by using a lawyer to help remove those points.

To learn more about how Charles Block, a real estate lawyer serving Gloucester County, NJ, and other local areas, can help you, contact us at 856-741-1495.