Shoplifting is a very serious offense in the state of New Jersey. There is a wide range of penalties which a defendant may face. My law firm has been successful in preventing defendants from mandatory jail time with previous shoplifting offenses.
Defendant accused of speeding (61 mph in a 25 mph); Result: guilty plea to delaying traffic with minimal fine no points.
Defendant accused of tailgating; Result: Summons dismissed with prejudice and no court costs.
Defendant charged with driving while suspended, notification of residence, cell phone, and driving with an expired license; Results: Guilty plea to Parking Adjudication Act and expired license.
Defendant charged with probationary driver’s license and riding on part of road not intended for passenger; Result: Guilty to probationary license violation with minimal fine, all other tickets dismissed.
Defendant charged with possession of CDS and improper lane change; Results: conditional discharge as to CDS and unsafe operation as to improper lane change.
Defendant accused of petite larceny in New York (third offense); Result: Dis-Con with $250.00 fine only.
Defendant was charged with DWI, careless driving and unsafe lane change; Result: At trial DWI was dismissed, Defendant pled guilty only to reckless driving with a 90 day suspension, all other tickets dismissed.
Defendant charged with reckless driving, tailgating, unsafe lane change and failure to signal. Result: guilty plea to careless and unsafe operation.
Defendant charged with improper passing, Result: pled guilty to improper right/left turn at arrow, fine only no points.
Defendant accused of leaving the scene involving damage to two vehicles; failure to report careless driving, and equipment violation; Result: dismissal of failure to report and leaving the scene, with minimum fines for careless driving and equipment violation.