GOT A TICKET FOR SLOW SPEED OR BLOCKING TRAFFIC?
IF SO YOU WILL GET 2 POINTS ON YOUR LICENSE
A Summons for Slow Speed or Blocking Traffic (39:4-97.1) will cost you two points on your license and
as possible for a judge to impose jail).  

The Points associated with this ticket can cost you dearly on your insurance.  You can lose 3 points a year off
your license for your motor vehicle record if you remain violation free for a year,
but for Insurance
purposes it takes 3 years
from the date of your violation/conviction for the points to be eliminated off your
insurance.  That is why a conviction for this offense should be fought with proper legal representation.

In addition to possible jail the judge does have the discretion to suspend your license.  If you lose your
license either because you have accumulated too many points or because the judge feels that your violation
warrants a suspension, you could lose your job, your house and all that is important to you!  Don't go it alone
we can help.  Call our office at 1-800-9-RIGHTS or (732) 257-5040 to setup a free in office consultation to
find out how we can possibly help you reduce or eliminate these penalties.  You have rights, but you must
know how to protect them we can help.









** Additional penalties may apply if your traffic violation occurs within 1000 feet of school property or school
crossing zone for all offenses.  Additional penalties can also apply in a construction or safe neighborhood
zone.  H. Scott Aalsberg, Esq., P.C. Main office address: 39 Milltown Road, East Brunswick, N.J. 08816.  
Please consult the New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice and Motor Vehicle Laws for complete details on all
fines and penalties as the penalties listed in this notice are for informational purposes on offenses we have
handled and reduced in the past.  Past performance is not indicative of future performance and each case is
fact sensitive, thus, the need for the in office consultation for the attorney to evaluate your case.  Some
penalties may not apply to out of state residents please consult an attorney in your state of residence.  All
penalties listed are accurate as of September 24, 2010 and are subject to change at any time without notice.