"Driving Wrong Way, N.J.S.A. 39:4-85.1"
Defendant commits the offense of driving wrong way when he or she travels the wrong way on a one way street.
Upon conviction of traveling the wrong way on a one way street in New Brunswick, New Jersey, for instance, the defendant will be assessed
two motor vehicle and two insurance points.
Placement of a one way sign without proper authorization constitutes the first line of defense mounted by a NJ Traffic lawyer in wrong way on one way street prosecutions.
Accordingly whether or not the sign was authorized by ordinance, resolution or regulation is investigated by a New Jersey Traffic attorney.
A good alternative plea is pleading guilty to obstructing traffic N.J.S.A 39:4-67.
If the prosecutor in Woodbridge, New Jersey, for instance, does not grant that request then unsafe driving N.J.S.A 39:4-97.2 should be considered, although it should be noted that unsafe driving carries an approximate fine of $400.
Additionally, four points are assessed on one's driving record for a third unsafe driving conviction within five years of a second unsafe driving conviction.
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