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Traffic Ticket Lawyer in Maple Shade, New Jersey

Aggressive Traffic Defense Attorney Helps Motorists Avoid Getting Points on Their Licenses in Burlington County, Gloucester County & Camden County, NJ


The most common cause of court appearances in New Jersey is traffic tickets. Although traffic tickets may seem to be merely an annoying but minor fact of life, they can actually have significant consequences. Penalties such as fines and higher insurance premiums are common penalties for traffic tickets. Additionally, driver’s license revocation or suspension is another penalty that can have a serious impact on one’s life and work. In some instances, drivers could receive a jail sentence.

Having the help of a lawyer with experience in this aspect of the law can make a big difference to the outcome of your NJ traffic ticket case.  At the Law Offices of Michele Finizio, Attorney Finizio handles traffic tickets for clients in Evesham, Mount Laurel, Camden, Cherry Hill, and Deptford, New Jersey. She counsels them on the best course of action and appears in Traffic Court on their behalf, seeking the best possible outcome to their cases.

Types of Traffic Tickets Handled by NJ Attorney Finizio

Michele Finizio helps clients develop positive solutions to their traffic ticket problems. She handles matters involving:

  • Speeding tickets
  • DUI / DWI
  • Careless driving
  • Driving the wrong way on a one-way street
  • Failure to keep right
  • Failure to observe a stop or yield sign
  • Failure to observe the directions of an officer
  • Failure to report an accident
  • Failure to yield
  • Hit and run
  • Improper passing
  • Improper signal
  • Improper U-turn
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Racing on a highway
  • Reckless driving
  • Tailgating
  • Traffic signal violation
  • Uninsured driver
  • Unlicensed driver

Attorney Finizio also handles matters related to NJ driver’s licenses, including:

  • License suspension and revocation hearings
  • License restoration after revocation

How We Help You Fight NJ Traffic Tickets

Our traffic violations attorneys at the Law Offices of Michele Finizio will work hard to reduce traffic violation fines, insurance surcharges, points, license suspensions, and jail sentences that can result from tickets certain traffic tickets in New Jersey. Some of the strategies we employ include:

Disputing the officer’s version of events: In some instances, the police officer’s opinion about your driving behavior might be just that—an opinion. Our lawyer may be able to argue that your actions were safe under the circumstances.

Disputing the evidence: Did the officer actually see you make an illegal turn or fail to stop at a red light? Are there eyewitnesses who can testify against the officer’s version of events?

Offering a “mistake of fact” defense: Did your mistake occur because a stop sign was obscured by brush, because the traffic signal was broken, or because the lane marker paint was worn away? Did a new stop sign or yield sign suddenly appear on a route that you drove every day? These instances are so-called “mistakes of fact,” and judges may throw out the ticket if your mistake was the result of circumstances beyond your control.

Offering a justification: Admit to illegal driving but justify it. For example, were you trying to avoid a drunk driver or an obstacle in the road? Did you become ill and need to pull over quickly, resulting in an unsafe lane change?

Call a Camden, NJ Traffic Ticket Attorney Now for a Free Consultation

If you need to dispute a traffic ticket, consult an attorney about your legal options. At the Law Offices of Michele Finizio, our experienced New Jersey traffic lawyers will advise you about your legal options and give you an honest opinion about the pros and cons of fighting the violation. To learn more, call Attorney Finizio at 856-242-7300 or contact us online for a free consultation at our office in Moorestown, NJ.

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I could not have asked for a better attorney. Michele Finizio treated my cases and the cases of those I've recommended, as if we were part of her family.

-D.A.