Municipal Court

Satisfactory Traffic Ticket Outcomes in New Jersey


New Jersey traffic tickets are a hassle, an inconvenience, and an expense. Worse still, the hassle, inconvenience, and expense of a traffic ticket doesn’t just go away once the ticket has been paid.

In almost every single traffic violation case, it is very much in the best interest of the “violator” (that’s you, in the eyes of the law) to fight a speeding ticket/traffic ticket to get the fine reduced, or even better, the ticket dismissed or amended. If you find yourself on the receiving end of a traffic ticket in Southern New Jersey, you have two basic options, pay the ticket in full or fight the traffic ticket in court. The first is almost never the best option, because in most cases, just going to court could result in a reduction. The second is the option that most people should choose, but to make the most of the situation, a third option is the absolute best way to fight a New Jersey traffic ticket, go to traffic court with a qualified, skilled attorney.

Putting Skill On Your Side

At Taenzer, Ettenson & Aberant, p.c. you will have a skilled, experienced lawyer, Kevin Aberant, who will represent you to achieve a significant reduction and/or complete dismissal of your traffic violation and fine. A finding of a reduced or dismissed traffic ticket in New Jersey is a big deal, because when your fine is reduced or eliminated, you not only save hundreds in fines now, but hundreds of dollars in insurance premiums over the years to come. Additionally, your driving record is of utmost importance because your license depends on not incurring points.

Taenzer, Ettenson & Aberant, p.c. is a Southern New Jersey law firm which has represented clients in DUI defense and drunk driving cases for many decades, including defense of all motor vehicle, disorderly persons and criminal charges.

The Best Possible Speeding and Traffic Ticket Outcomes in New Jersey.

New Jersey traffic tickets are a hassle, an inconvenience, and an expense; worse still, the hassle, inconvenience, and expense of a traffic ticket in New Jersey doesn’t just go away once the ticket has been paid.

In almost every single traffic violation case in New Jersey, it is very much in the best interest of the “violator” (that’s you, in the eyes of the law) to fight a speeding ticket/traffic ticket to get the fine reduced – or even better – the ticket dismissed or amended. If you find yourself on the receiving end of a traffic ticket in Southern New Jersey, you have two basic options – pay the ticket in full or fight the traffic ticket in court. The first is almost never the best option, because in most cases just going to court could result in a reduction. The second is the option that most people should choose, but to make the most of the situation, a third option is the absolute best way to fight a New Jersey traffic ticket – go to traffic court with a qualified, skilled, traffic ticket attorney.

Putting Skill On Your Side – Securing New Jersey Speeding Ticket Services

Securing New Jersey speeding ticket service assistance from a skilled, experienced lawyer is the best way to see a significant reduction and/or complete dismissal of your traffic violation and fine. And a finding of a reduced or dismissed traffic ticket in New Jersey is a big deal, because when your fine is reduced or eliminated, you may be saving not only hundreds in fines now, but hundreds of dollars in insurance premiums over the years to come. Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, elimination or reduction of points against your drivers license will avoid or minimize possible license revocation.
Having Taenzer, Ettenson & Abernat, p.c. on your side will almost always tip the scales in your favor because we understand the complex issues involved, details few lay persons could be expected to know. Moreover, we can separate the facts from the myths of fighting a traffic ticket to know what will and will not work in traffic court.

We represent individuals charged with driving under the influence of alchohol or drugs or the refusal to take the test for DUI.

In Municipal Court the penalties for a first offense, with a blood alcohol level (BAC) of between .08 and .10, are severe and include: 3 month suspension of your driver’s license; Approximately $700 in fines; 12-48 hours of classes at the Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC); Suspended registration; An ignition interlock device installed on your car; Up to 6 months in jail, or probation and a $3,000 surcharge to the state. If it’s your second or third offense, or if your blood alcohol level was .10 or above, the ppenalties are much higher. However, there are defense options and it’s critical that you hire an experienced and knowledgeable DUI lawyer.