Minor Charges Can Have Major Consequences
Receiving a ticket can be a trying time, especially if this is your first experience. No one wants to be in this situation, so it is understandable if your initial reaction is to do whatever you need to do to make it go away quickly. However, this approach may not be the best choice.
For example, if you get a speeding ticket and decide to pay it, you are not only pleading guilty to the charge, you are also putting points on your driver’s license. When these points accumulate, they can result in higher insurance rates or a costly license suspension.
You Don’t Have to Face Municipal Court Proceedings Alone
At Gruccio, Pepper, De Santo & Ruth P.A., our experienced attorneys can provide the representation you need at the municipal court level, guiding you through the legal system to arrive at the most favorable possible outcome.
Call our office at 856-405-3972 to learn more.
Talk to Us About Your Charges
A criminal charge doesn’t have to equal a criminal conviction. When you work with our knowledgeable legal team, we will thoroughly examine your case to create the best possible defense strategy. If we are unable to get the charges against you dismissed, we will work with the Prosecutor to have the charges against you reduced to a lesser degree, with minimal fines, points and/or surcharges.
Whether you are facing fines, a license revocation for a DUI, or a traffic violation, our attorneys are prepared to build a strong defense to help you move on with your life.
Take Charge of Your Situation
You don’t have to feel overwhelmed by criminal charges. We know the legal system and will work hard to protect your rights. Need legal help? In New Jersey, call the attorneys at Gruccio, Pepper, De Santo & Ruth P.A. at 856-405-3972 or email us.