PISCATAWAY - SPEEDING TICKET LAWYER

The Piscataway Speeding Ticket Lawyer advocates at Bond & Posluszny  are available to serve as your criminal defense team for aggressive representation in Piscataway Traffic Courts.

Our Piscataway traffic ticket attorneys are dedicated to protecting your rights to operate a motor vehicle, preserving your driver's license and ensuring that you're driving privileges remain intact in the State of New Jersey.

Call Our Piscataway  Speeding Ticket Lawyer professionals to discuss your Piscataway Traffic Court defense strategy.

Piscataway Speeding Ticket lawyer Bond & Posluszny  will represent your interests in Piscataway Traffic Courts.

Jason A. Bond, Esq. can represent you in court to fight the charges against you.  Jason A. Bond, Esq.  will represent your interests both in Piscatawayl Traffic Court and all NJ courts.. In addition to moving violations and driving while intoxicated we represent motorists charged with traffic related crimes such as:

  • Driving with a suspended license

  • Driving with a revoked license

  • Operating a vehicle with a suspended registration

  • Driving without insurance

  • Reckless driving

  • Speed contest

  • Hit and Run

  • Speeding

  • Reckless Driving

  • Illegal Lane Changes

  • Careless Driving

  • Texting

  • Improper Driving

  • Driving Without Due Care And Attention

  • Driving Too Fast For Conditions

  • Passing An Emergency Vehicle

  • Passing A School Bus

  • Passing On The Crest Of A Hill

  • Passing On A Railroad Crossing

  • Passing Two Vehicles Abreast

  • Failing To Give A Proper Signal

  • Faulty Brakes

  • Improper Control

  • Reckless Driving In Parking Lots

  • Reckless Driving With An Obstructed View

  • Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol Or Drugs

  • Driving On Suspended License

  • Driving While License Suspended Or Revoked

  • Refusing A Breath Test

  • Refusing A Breathalyzer

  • Failure To Stop At The Scene Of A Crash

  • Hit And Run

  • Operating Unsafe Vehicle

  • Attempting To Flee Or Allude Police

  • Blocking Access To Service Facility

  • Driving After Being Declared A Habitual Offender