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  • 17:29A-35 Motor Vehicle Violations Surcharge System
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  • 2015 Municipal Court College Book
  • 27:23-29 Compliance with regulations turnpike
  • 2nd Offense 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated penalty
  • 39: 4-208 Improper traffic & parking on State property
  • 39:1-1 Words and Phrases Defined.
  • 39:10-26 Motor vehicle dealer selling vehicle that does not
  • 39:10-27 Seller of used vehicle fails to make repair
  • 39:11-9Failure of junk yard owner to certify the condition
  • 39:12-11 Driving school failing to keep records
  • 39:12-2.1 Failure of driving school instructor to receive
  • 39:12-5 Driving school employing an unlicensed instructor
  • 39:2-2. Director of Division of Motor Vehicles; Appointmen
  • 39:2-3 Powers, Duties of Commission.
  • 39:2-3.4 Disclosure of Personal Information Connected with Motor Vehicle Record
  • 39:2-10 Records and seal; authentication of documents
  • 39:2-11. Office facilities and supplies
  • 39:2-13 Medical advisory panel
  • 39:2-14 Appointments; term; reimbursement for expenses
  • 39:2-15 Duties; recommendations; adoption by division
  • 39:2-16. Nonliability for civil damages
  • 39:2-3.2 Cooperation by Division of Motor Vehicles to regis
  • 39:2-3.3 Privacy of Motor Vehicle Records
  • 39:2-3.5 Violation, fourth degree crime
  • 39:2-3.6 Liability for civil action
  • 39:2-3.7 Construction of act
  • 39:2-3.8 Electronic processing of vehicle transactions
  • 39:2-4. Deputy director; powers; bonds; oath
  • 39:2-9.1. Abolishment of positions in DMV
  • 39:2-9.2. Reemployment rights
  • 39:2-9.3 Appointment to state police
  • 39:2-9.4 Qualifications of appointee
  • 39:2-9.5 Transfer of pension contributions and reserves
  • 39:2-9.6 Rights Preserved
  • 39:2-9.7 State Agency Transfer Act; application to act
  • 39:2-9.8 Construction of act concerning GDL
  • 39:2A-1 Short title
  • 39:2A-10 Powers of deputy chief administrator
  • 39:2A-11 Administrator considered appointing authority.
  • 39:2A-12 Board; membership; appointment; terms, vacancies.
  • 39:2A-13 Powers, duties of board
  • 39:2A-14 Election of vice-chair
  • 39:2A-15 Member compensation
  • 39:2A-16 Meetings of board
  • 39:2A-17 Minutes delivered to Governor, effect of veto
  • 39:2A-18 Members subject to Conflicts of Interest Law.
  • 39:2A-19 Removal of member
  • 39:2A-2 Findings, declarations relative to New Jersey MVC
  • 39:2A-20 Authorization of payment methods
  • 39:2A-21 Rules, regulations
  • 39:2A-22 Annual report to Governor, Legislature
  • 39:2A-23 Immunity from liability.
  • 39:2A-24 Absolute, qualified immunities
  • 39:2A-25 Legal representation
  • 39:2A-26 Advisory council
  • 39:2A-27 Study on location, adequacy of agency facilities
  • 39:2A-28 Powers, duties of administrator
  • 39:2A-29 Goals of administrator, deputy administrator
  • 39:2A-3 Definitions relative to New Jersey MVC
  • 39:2A-31 Exercise of powers by commission for people
  • 39:2A-32 Fingerprinting, criminal history checks; use
  • 39:2A-33 Contracts for ancillary services; use of revenues
  • 39:2A-34 Reorganization plans superseded
  • 39:2A-35 Transfer of Commercial Bus Unit.
  • 39:2A-36 Revenues remitted to commission, General Fund
  • 39:2A-36.1 Increase in fees, surcharges.
  • 39:2A-37 Fees concerning licenses, effective date, revenue
  • 39:2A-38 Additional fees as security surcharge; revenue
  • 39:2A-39 Monies considered revenues of commission
  • 39:2A-4 New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission established
  • 39:2A-40 Prior law superseded.
  • 39:2A-41 Severability; liberal construction
  • 39:2A-42 Promotional payment incentives
  • 39:2A-5 Employee Transfer; Retirement, & Health Benefits
  • 39:2A-6 Employee seniority, benefits transferred, continued
  • 39:2A-7 Probationary period for certain employees
  • 39:2A-8 Determination of employee salaries
  • 39:2A-9 Testing of provisional employees
  • 39:3-36 Notification of change of residence; fees, penalties
  • 39:3-4 Registration of Automobiles and Motorcycles
  • 39:3-4 Unregistered Vehicle Violations
  • 39:3-9a Failure to Notify Change in Name; Failure to Endorse License
  • 39:3-10 Unlicensed Drivers
  • 39:3-10.18 Commercial Drivers License
  • 39:3-10.20 Suspension of Commercial Motor Vehicle Driving Privilege
  • 39:3-10.24 Refusal to Consent to Breath Samples After Arrest for 39:3-10.13 (Operation of Commercial Vehicle While Under Influence)
  • 39:3-11. Drivers license with restrictions or conditions; violations; punishment
  • 39:3-12 Illegal Securing of Drivers License
  • 39:3-13.2a Violation of Conditions of Special Learners Permit, Other than Conviction of Alcohol or Drug-Related Offense
  • 39:3-17. Touring privileges of nonresident chauffeurs or dri
  • 39:3-20 Weight in Excess of Limitation Permitted by Certificate of Registration for Commercial Vehicles
  • 39:3-20.1 Misuse of Registration of Empty Trucks
  • 39:3-20b Commercial Motor Vehicle Registrations; Fees.
  • 39:3-27.11 Misuse of Fire Department or First Aid Squad Plates
  • 39:3-27.21 Misuse of Commercial Van Plates
  • 39:3-27.27 Misuse of Street Rod Plates
  • 39:3-29 Failure to Exhibit Documents
  • 39:3-29 Failure to Produce License, Registration or Insurance Card
  • 39:3-33 Markers; Requirements Concerning; Fictitous
  • 39:3-35 Lending or Misusing Registration Certificate or Plates
  • 39:3-37 Falsifying Application on Examination
  • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting Plate or Marker
  • 39:3-40 Driving While Suspended in New Jersey
  • 39:3-40, 39:4-50 Drivers License Increased Penalties for Driving in School Zone While Intoxicated or Suspended
  • 39:3-44. Scope and Effect
  • 39:3-47 Illuminating Devices Required; Violations, Fines
  • 39:3-47b Illuminating Devices Required; Violations, Fines.
  • 39:3-49. Headlamps
  • 39:3-50 Color of Lights, Permits; Cancellation or Revocati
  • 39:3-51. Auxiliary Driving Lamps
  • 39:3-52. Additional Lighting Equipment
  • 39:3-53. Spot lamps
  • 39:3-54. Warning lights on vehicles
  • 39:3-55. Alternate Road Lighting Equipment
  • 39:3-70.2 Air Pollution
  • 39:3-76.2 Safety Belts or Restraining Devices
  • 39:3-76.2a Restraint or Booster Seat for Child Under Age 8
  • 39:3-76.2f Failure to Wear Seatbelt
  • 39:3-76.5 Failure to Equip with Seats and Footrests for Motorcycle Passengers
  • 39:3-79.8 Prohibition of Supplying Fuel to Vehicle Without Label
  • 39:3-80 Equipment with Inferior Tires
  • 39:3-81 Projection from Tires
  • 39:3-84.3i Violation of Dimensional Limitations
  • 39:3-84.3j Violation of Weight Limitations
  • 39:3-84.3l Violation of Designated Routes
  • 39:3-1. Certain Vehicles Excepted from Chapter
  • 39:3-10 Driving with an expired license
  • 39:3-10.1 Licensing of Bus Drivers, Exemptions.
  • 39:3-10.11 Definitions Relative to Commercial Driver Licens
  • 39:3-10.11a Certain Requirements for Drivers of Vehicles In
  • 39:3-10.12 Tests for Commercial Driver License.
  • 39:3-10.13. Alcohol, Controlled Substance Use Prohibited
  • 39:3-10.14 Request for and Provision of Driving Record
  • 39:3-10.15Notification of Moving Violations,disqualification
  • 39:3-10.17. Issuance, Transfer of Commercial Driver License
  • 39:3-10.18 Possession of Valid Commercial Driver License
  • 39:3-10.18(b) Driving a commercial vehicle after dl sus
  • 39:3-10.4. Report to Director by Physicians of Persons Subj
  • 39:3-10.5. Report by Drivers License Applicants Subject
  • 39:3-10a Driving with an expired license
  • 39:3-10a Fee for Restoration of Suspended or Revoked Dl
  • 39:3-10b Applications for Motorcycle License.
  • 39:3-10c. Vision Screening
  • 39:3-10d. Implementation of Vision Reexamination
  • 39:3-10e. Involvement in Two or More Accidents
  • 39:3-10f Initial License, Renewal, Digitized Color Picture
  • 39:3-10f1 Construction of Act Local Law Enforcement
  • 39:3-10f2 Release, Disclosure of Licensees Picture Prohibi
  • 39:3-10f3 Rules, Regulations.
  • 39:3-10f4 Fee for Digitized Picture.
  • 39:3-10f5 Use of Revenues from Fees.
  • 39:3-10h Process to Prevent Forgery, Alteration.
  • 39:3-10j Findings, Declaration Concerning Commercial Driver
  • 39:3-10j Findings, Declaration Concerning Commercial Driver
  • 39:3-10k Exemption for Operators of Certain Emergency, Other
  • 39:3-10l. Rules, Regulations
  • 39:3-10n Issuance of Temporary Drivers License.
  • 39:3-11 Violating restriction on conditional license
  • 39:3-13.4. Probationary drivers license. Violations of cond
  • 39:3-17.1(b) Failure to register a vehicle within 60 days
  • 39:3-17.1(b) Failure to register a vehicle within 60 days
  • 39:3-2. Motor Vehicles Used on Rural Mail Routes Not Commer
  • 39:3-2. Motor Vehicles Used on Rural Mail Routes Not Commer
  • 39:3-20 Commercial Motor Vehicle Registrations; Fees.
  • 39:3-20(b) Speeding (commercial vehicle)
  • 39:3-20.2 Misuse of registration of empty trucks
  • 39:3-20e Exceeding Registration Weight
  • 39:3-20e Exceeding Registration Weight
  • 39:3-29 No documents in posession. License, registration cer
  • 39:3-29.8(a) Display/poss. fictitious ID
  • 39:3-29.8(b) Lend I.D. card to anothe
  • 39:3-29.8(c) Display/represent ID card not issued to him
  • 39:3-29.8(e) Utilization of ID card for forbidden acts
  • 39:3-29.8(f) Improper Reproduction of I.D. cards
  • 39:3-29.8(g) Alteration of I.D. cards
  • 39:3-3 Motor Vehicle Agents, Appointment, Duties; Backgroun
  • 39:3-32 Replacement of lost, destroyed license plates
  • 39:3-33 No license plate on car
  • 39:3-34 Application for certificate or license during suspen
  • 39:3-37.1a Unlawful loan of license, vehicle;
  • 39:3-37.1b Unlawful loan of vehicle
  • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting plate or marker
  • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting plate or marker jail up to six month
  • 39:3-4.1. Licensing Motor Vehicles for Transportation
  • 39:3-44. Unsafe vehicle
  • 39:3-47(a) Failure to use headlights
  • 39:3-47(b) Electric lamps
  • 39:3-47(c) No altering equipment to 39:3-79 defeat inspectio
  • 39:3-4a. Temporary Registration of Motor Vehicle in Another
  • 39:3-4a. Temporary Registration of Motor Vehicle in Another
  • 39:3-4b. Temporary Registration
  • 39:3-4b. Temporary Registration Any Nonresident Purchas
  • 39:3-4c Rules, Regulations Relative to Issuance of Temporary
  • 39:3-4c Rules, Regulations Relative to Issuance Temporary
  • 39:3-4d. Geographical District Defined
  • 39:3-4d. Geographical District Defined
  • 39:3-4e. Rules and Regulations; Information by Insurers
  • 39:3-4e. Rules and Regulations; Information by Insurers
  • 39:3-4f. Vehicles Registered in Foreign Country, Operati
  • 39:3-5. Denial of Registration, Reciprocity
  • 39:3-5. Denial of Registration, Reciprocity
  • 39:3-5.1. Federal Tax Payment Required
  • 39:3-51 Auxiliary driving lamps

  • 39:3-52 Additional lighting equipment

  • 39:3-54.10 More than 2 emergency lights
  • 39:3-54.7 Mounting and operation of emergency warning light
  • 39:3-54.7 Mounting and operation of emergency warning light
  • 39:3-56 Number of driving lamps required or permitted

  • 39:3-57 Single-beam road lighting
  • 39:3-58. Multiple-beam road lighting
  • 39:3-59. Beam indicator lights
  • 39:3-6.1. Definitions
  • 39:3-6.1. Definitions
  • 39:3-6.10. Suspension or Cancellation of Exemptions,
  • 39:3-6.10. Suspension or Cancellation of Exemptions, Benefit
  • 39:3-6.11. Definitions Relative to Apportioned Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.12. Membership in International Registration Plan
  • 39:3-6.13. Registration of Apportioned Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.13. Registration of Apportioned Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.14 Registration, Administrative Fees.
  • 39:3-6.15. Preservation of Operational Records
  • 39:3-6.16. Temporary Registration
  • 39:3-6.16. Temporary Registration
  • 39:3-6.17. Violation, Fines
  • 39:3-6.18. Motor Carrier Audits of Operational Records
  • 39:3-6.19. Supersedure; Nonapplicability
  • 39:3-6.19. Supersedure; Nonapplicability
  • 39:3-6.2. Authority of Director to Make Arrangements
  • 39:3-6.2. Authority of Director to Make Arrangements,
  • 39:3-6.20. Proportional Registration Distributive Fund
  • 39:3-6.21. Reciprocity
  • 39:3-6.3. Registration in Another Jurisdiction of Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.5. Exemptions, Benefits and Privileges
  • 39:3-6.6. Leased Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.6. Leased Vehicles
  • 39:3-6.7. Vehicles Registered in Jurisdiction
  • 39:3-6.9. Written Agreements, Arrangements or Declarations
  • 39:3-60. Use of multiple-beam road lighting equipment
  • 39:3-61 Lamps and reflectors required on particular vehicles
  • 39:3-61.1. Mounting of lamps and reflectors
  • 39:3-61.2. Combination of lighting devices and reflectors;
  • 39:3-61.3. Stop lamps; construction, placement and use
  • 39:3-61.4. Overhang loads; placement and use of red lamps
  • 39:3-62. Lamps on parked vehicles
  • 39:3-64. Vehicular traffic hazard warning signals
  • 39:3-65. Lamps on other vehicles and equipment
  • 39:3-66. Maintenance of lamps, reflectors
  • 39:3-69 Horns and audible warning devices.
  • 39:3-7. Power of Attorney Given by Nonresident; Service of P
  • 39:3-70 Mufflers.
  • 39:3-71. Mirrors
  • 39:3-72. Tire equipment
  • 39:3-73. Tire-chains
  • 39:3-74. Windshields must be unobstructed and equipped with
  • 39:3-75. Safety glass
  • 39:3-75.2. Rules, regulations
  • 39:3-76.2. Safety belts or restraining devices
  • 39:3-76.3. Motorcycles; height of handle bar grips
  • 39:3-76.4. Muffler systems for motorcycles
  • 39:3-77. Selling or using unapproved devices or equipment
  • 39:3-79.1 Failure to equip bus, truck, or trailer w/mud fl
  • 39:3-8 Registration Fee for Passenger Automobile; Other Vehi
  • 39:3-8.1 Licensing of Noncommercial Trucks.
  • 39:3-8.2 Additional Fees.
  • 39:3-8.2 Additional Fees.
  • 39:3-8.3 Definitions Relative to Certificate of Ownership Fo
  • 39:3-8.4 Additional Fee for Certificate of Ownership for Cer
  • 39:3-84.3(j) Violation of weight limitations
  • 39:3-84.3(l) Violation of designated routes
  • 39:3-9a Legal name of licensee; endorsement
  • 39:3-9a Legal name of licensee; endorsement.
  • 39:3-9b Street Address on Drivers License; Exception
  • 39:3-9c Rules, Regulations on Use of Drivers Addresses.
  • 39:3-9c Rules, Regulations on Use of Drivers Addresses.
  • 39:3B-25 School Bus Driver Using Cellphone
  • 39:3B-22 Violations, penalties.
  • 39:3B-25. Use of cell phone prohibited while driving school
  • 39:3C-17 Operational limitations.
  • 39:4-1 Traffic Violations 4 Points or Less
  • 39:4-135. Parking; Direction and Side of Street; Angle Pa
  • 39:4-136. Parking on Highway; Removing Vehicle; Disabled
  • 39:4-138.1 Determination of No Parking Zones.
  • 39:4-139. Loading or Unloading Passengers or Materials; Pe
  • 39:4-14.10 Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Device Defined Violations
  • 39:4-207.9 Parking Spaces for Handicapped; Requirements For
  • 39:4-215. Failure to Obey Signals, Signs or Directions
  • 39:4-27.9 Failure to Maintain Handicapped Parking Space
  • 39:4-35 Pedestrians Right to Complete Crossing
  • 39:4-36 Driver to Yield to Pedestrian at Crosswalk
  • 39:4-41 Driving Through Safety Zones Prohibited
  • 39:4-46 Commercial Motor Vehicle Identification; GVWR to Be
  • 39:4-48 Operating or Using a Vehicle Without Consent of Owner
  • 39:4-50 Defending the DWI Under Influence Case When Blood Drawn
  • 39:4-50, Driving While Intoxicated, DWI, DUI, Drunk Driving
  • 39:4-50. Driving While Intoxicated
  • 39:4-50.14 Operation by Person Who Has Consumed Alcohol Who Is Below Age to Purchase Alcoholic Beverages (in Addition to Penalties Under Any Other Law)
  • 39:4-50.2 Refusal to Take Breath Test
  • 39:4-51a Consumption of Alcoholic Beverage While an Operator or Passenger in Motor Vehicle
  • 39:4-51b Possession of Open Container of Alcohol in Passenger Compartment
  • 39:4-52 Racing on Highway Prohibited
  • 39:4-53 Leaving Vehicle with Engine Running
  • 39:4-54. Trailers; Number Permitted; Towing Methods; Aux
  • 39:4-55 Action on Steep Grades and Curves
  • 39:4-56. Delaying Traffic Prohibited
  • 39:4-56.1 Willfully Causing Vehicle to Become Disabled
  • 39:4-56.5 Abandonment of Motor Vehicle
  • 39:4-57 Observance of Directions of Officers
  • 39:4-57.1. Activation of Interior Light in Vehicle upon Req
  • 39:4-58. Driving Vehicle with View to Rear and Sides Obstru
  • 39:4-59. Begging Rides Prohibited
  • 39:4-60. Soliciting Trade or Contributions Permitted, Cert
  • 39:4-61. Tailboard Riding No Person Shall Ride upon The
  • 39:4-62. Leaving Curb
  • 39:4-63 Placing or Throwing Injurious Substances on Highway
  • 39:4-64 Throwing or Dropping Debris from a Vehicle
  • 39:4-65 Letting off or Taking on Persons
  • 39:4-66 Emerging from an Alley
  • 39:4-66.1 Right of Way on Entering or Leaving Alley
  • 39:4-66.2. Avoidance of Traffic Control Signal, Sign
  • 39:4-67. Obstructing Passage of Other Vehicles or Street Ca
  • 39:4-68. Doors of Street Car or Autobus Closed
  • 39:4-69. Riding on Part Not Intended for Passengers Prohibi
  • 39:4-71 Driving on Sidewalk
  • 39:4-72 Slowing, Stopping on Signal from Driver, Rider of A
  • 39:4-76 Driving Overweight Vehicles on Interstate Bridge
  • 39:4-77. Loading so as to Spill Prohibited; Minimum Safety
  • 39:4-77.1bSnow or Ice Dislodged from a Moving Vehicle, Causing Injury or Property Damage
  • 39:4-78. Carrying Metals
  • 39:4-80 Traffic Control by Officers
  • 39:4-80. Traffic Control by Officers
  • 39:4-81 Observing Traffic Signals
  • 39:4-82 Keeping to Right
  • 39:4-82.1 Two Roadway Highways
  • 39:4-83 Failure to Keep Right at Intersections
  • 39:4-84 Failure to Pass to Right of Vehicle when Proceeding in Opposite Directions
  • 39:4-85.1 Designation of One-Way Traffic
  • 39:4-86 Improper Passing in a No-Passing Zone
  • 39:4-87 Overtaken Vehicle to Give Way
  • 39:4-89 Tailgating
  • 39:4-90 Failure to Yield at Intersection
  • 39:4-90.1 Failure to Use Proper Entrances to Limited Access Highways
  • 39:4-91 Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicles
  • 39:4-92 Failure to Comply with Regulations Concerning Emergency Vehicles
  • 39:4-92.1 Following Fire Department Vehicle Too Closely
  • 39:4-92.2 Procedure for Motorist Approaching Stationary Authorized Emergency Vehicle, Tow Truck, Highway Maintenance or Emergency Service Vehicle
  • 39:4-94 Railroad Employee Unnecessarily Blocking Highway with Train
  • 39:4-96 Reckless driving
  • 39:4-96, 39:4-97 Careless Driving, Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene, Failure to Report
  • 39:4-97.1 Slow Speeds as Blocking Traffic
  • 39:4-97.2 Unsafe Driving
  • 39:4-97.3 Operating Motor Vehicle while Using Cellphone
  • 39:4-98 .09 Speeding (.09 Indicates Exceeding by 1-9 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .14 Speeding (.14 Indicates Exceeding by 10-14 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .19 Speeding (.19 Indicates Exceeding by 15-19 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .24 Speeding (.24 Indicates Exceeding by 20-24 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .29 Speeding (.29 Indicates Exceeding by 25-29 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .34 Speeding (.34 Indicates Exceeding by 30-34 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .44 Speeding (.44 Indicates Exceeding by 40-44 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .49 Speeding (.49 Indicates Exceeding by 45-49 MPH)
  • 39:4-98 .54 Speeding (.54 Indicates Exceeding by 50-54 MPH)
  • 39:4-98, 39:4-99 Speeding and Radar
  • 39:4-98.3, 39:4-98.5 Sixty-Five MPH Speed Limit
  • 39:4-10. Lights and reflectors on bicycles
  • 39:4-10.1 Bicycle helmets, requirements
  • 39:4-10.10 Rights, duties of roller skaters, skateboarders on roadway.
  • 39:4-10.10a Regulation of skateboarding, roller skating
  • 39:4-10.10b Accommodation of roller skates, skateboards
  • 39:4-10.11 Roller skaters, skateboarders to keep to right o
  • 39:4-10.12 Act not applicable to roller skating rinks
  • 39:4-10.13 Rules, regulations
  • 39:4-10.2 Violations, warnings, fines; fund
  • 39:4-10.3 Posting of sign required; violations, penalties
  • 39:4-10.4. Rules, regulations
  • 39:4-10.5 Definitions, requirements relative to helmets
  • 39:4-10.6 Violations, penalties, disposition of fines
  • 39:4-10.7 Noncompliance no bar to action.
  • 39:4-10.8 Warning notice for skates, skateboards, etc.
  • 39:4-10.9 Posting of sign required; violations; penalties.
  • 39:4-100 Speeding Across Sidewalk
  • 39:4-101. Speedways
  • 39:4-102. Speeding by Physicians in Emergencies
  • 39:4-103. Exemptions from Speed Regulations
  • 39:4-104. Violations of Article; Penalty
  • 39:4-105 Failure to Stop for Traffic Light
  • 39:4-106. Sequence of Lights
  • 39:4-107. Period or Cycle
  • 39:4-108. Semaphores
  • 39:4-109. Position of Lenses
  • 39:4-11. Audible signal
  • 39:4-11.1. Brake required
  • 39:4-110. Height of Signals
  • 39:4-111. Power of Lights
  • 39:4-112. Visibility of Signals to Traffic at Intersections
  • 39:4-113. Continuously Controlled Highway
  • 39:4-114. Traffic Signal in Paved Roadway or Poles in Cross
  • 39:4-115 Improper Turn at Traffic Light
  • 39:4-116 Failure to Make Proper Right or Left Turn at Arrow
  • 39:4-117 Special Pedestrian Interval
  • 39:4-118. Beacon or Flashing Signal
  • 39:4-119 Failure to Stop at Flashing Red Signal
  • 39:4-12. Position of hands and feet; carrying another pers
  • 39:4-120 Traffic Control Signal Devices.
  • 39:4-120.1. Official Traffic Control Signals
  • 39:4-120.10. Penalties
  • 39:4-120.11. Rules, Regulations
  • 39:4-120.2. Flashing Mechanism; Use by Municipalities
  • 39:4-120.3. Submission of Written Information to Commission
  • 39:4-120.5. Definitions
  • 39:4-120.6. Erection of Traffic Control Device by Owner Of
  • 39:4-120.7. Approval for Traffic Control Device
  • 39:4-120.8. Owners Responsibilities
  • 39:4-120.9 Motorists required to obey traffic control device
  • 39:4-120.9. Drivers Obedience
  • 39:4-121.Traffic Lights on State Roads in Suburban District
  • 39:4-122 Failure to Stop for Police Whistle
  • 39:4-123 Failure to Make Proper Right and Left Turns
  • 39:4-124 Improper Turn from Approved Turning Course
  • 39:4-125 Improper U-Turn
  • 39:4-126 Failure to Give Proper Signal
  • 39:4-127 Improper Backing or Turning in Street
  • 39:4-127.1 Improper Crossing at Railroad Grade
  • 39:4-127.2 Improper Crossing at Bridge
  • 39:4-128 Vehicles Required to Stop at Grade Crossings, Method of Crossing, Exceptions
  • 39:4-128.1 Passing a School Bus - Penalties
  • 39:4-128.4 Improper Passing of a Frozen Dessert Truck
  • 39:4-129(a) Leaving the scene of accident involving injury
  • 39:4-129(d) Leaving the scene of accident involving damage
  • 39:4-129, 39:4-130 Leaving Scene of Accident and Failure to Report, Car Accident
  • 39:4-130 Failure to Report Accident
  • 39:4-132 Failure of repairman to report damages
  • 39:4-135 Parking; direction and side of street; angle park
  • 39:4-137 Vehicle without driver; brakes set; motor stopp
  • 39:4-138 parking offenses
  • 39:4-14. Hitching on vehicles prohibited
  • 39:4-14.1 Rights, duties of bicycle riders
  • 39:4-14.10. Definitions, regulations; mobility device
  • 39:4-14.11 Noncompliance with electric device regulations
  • 39:4-14.12 Motorized scooter, prohibited from operation
  • 39:4-14.13 Violations, fines, seizure, community service.
  • 39:4-14.14 Operation of motorized scooters permitted
  • 39:4-14.15 Issuance of placard
  • 39:4-14.2. Keeping to right; exceptions; single file
  • 39:4-14.3 Regulations relative to motorized bicycles
  • 39:4-14.3a. Retail sales; conformance of bicycles
  • 39:4-14.3b. Violations; penalties
  • 39:4-14.3c. Rules and regulations
  • 39:4-14.3d. Operator only on bicycle
  • 39:4-14.3e. Compulsory liability insurance coverage
  • 39:4-14.3f. Accident reports
  • 39:4-14.3g. Operation by person under influence of liquor
  • 39:4-14.3h. Suspension of privilege; second violation
  • 39:4-14.3i. Registration; requirements; form and content
  • 39:4-14.3j. Form for sale of motorized bicycles
  • 39:4-14.3k. License plate
  • 39:4-14.3m. Display of license
  • 39:4-14.3n. Make and model numbers; certification
  • 39:4-14.3o. Nonresident motorized bicycle owners
  • 39:4-14.3p. Proof of ownership
  • 39:4-14.3q. Helmet
  • 39:4-14.3r. Dealer licensed as motor vehicle dealer
  • 39:4-14.3s. Rules and regulations
  • 39:4-14.3t. Violations; fine
  • 39:4-14.3u. Ownership acquired prior to effective date
  • 39:4-14.3v. Education program for safe operation; fund
  • 39:4-14.3v1. Educational program for safe operation
  • 39:4-14.3w. Appropriation of fees
  • 39:4-14.3x. Motorized bicycle operators subject to penalty
  • 39:4-14.4. Sale or rent of bicycle; reflective equipment
  • 39:4-14.4a. Helmet use; required display of statement
  • 39:4-14.5. Bicycle defined
  • 39:4-14.6. Inapplicability of act to persons
  • 39:4-14.7. Equipment; rules and regulations
  • 39:4-14.7a Rules, regulations; warning cards
  • 39:4-14.8. Violations; penalties
  • 39:4-14.9. Enforcement of act; jurisdiction of proceedings
  • 39:4-144 Failure to Observe Stop or Yield Signs
  • 39:4-145 Failure to Yield to a Line of Vehicles Entering Stop or Yield Intersection After Stopping
  • 39:4-15. Sleigh bells on horses attached to a sleigh
  • 39:4-16. Unattended horses; precautions used
  • 39:4-17. Unbitted horses
  • 39:4-18. Removing part of vehicle or harness
  • 39:4-183.1 Legal Authority
  • 39:4-183.1a Installation of Traffic Control Device, Sign By
  • 39:4-183.2. Signs Hereafter Erected
  • 39:4-183.22a. Construction Warning Signs
  • 39:4-183.29. Continuance of Rules and Regulations Promulgat
  • 39:4-183.3. Display of Unauthorized Traffic Signs
  • 39:4-183.30. Effect of Act on Offenses, Liabilities, Penalt
  • 39:4-183.4. Prohibited Signs Deemed a Nuisance; Action For
  • 39:4-183.6 Determination of Signage.
  • 39:4-183.9 Design of Traffic Signs.
  • 39:4-19. Obstructing sidewalk with tie rope, etc.
  • 39:4-2. Transfer of powers and duties of to director
  • 39:4-20. Hitching horses to pole, post, tree or hydrant
  • 39:4-203.5 Offenses in area of highway construction, repair
  • 39:4-21. Racing on highway prohibited; exception
  • 39:4-22. Reins held in hands
  • 39:4-23. Mistreatment of horse, violations
  • 39:4-24. Use of whip
  • 39:4-25. Lights on animal-drawn vehicles
  • 39:4-25.1. Rights and duties of animal riders or drivers
  • 39:4-26. Moving heavy machinery, apparatus, etc.
  • 39:4-27. Loading and operation of trailer; responsibility
  • 39:4-28. Height; overhead wires
  • 39:4-29. Time for moving along street railway tracks
  • 39:4-30. Exceptions to application of article; temporary
  • 39:4-32 Crossing roadway; signal.
  • 39:4-33. Use of designated crosswalk; keeping to right
  • 39:4-37.1 Right-of-way crossing intersection for blind pers
  • 39:4-38. Vehicles travelling upon street car route to give
  • 39:4-39. Distance to be kept behind street car
  • 39:4-40. Passing street car
  • 39:4-42. Action of motorman on collision
  • 39:4-49 Tampering with vehicle; fine
  • 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated 3rd offense penalty
  • 39:4-50.15(b) Parent driving while intoxicated with child
  • 39:4-50.16 Ignition Interlock Devices
  • 39:4-50.17 Sentencing Drunk Driving Offenders
  • 39:4-50.19(b) Circumventing interlock device
  • 39:4-50.4a Revocation for Refusal to Submit to Breath Test
  • 39:4-50.4a Revocation for Refusal to Submit to Breath Test;
  • 39:4-51 Sentence for violation of 39:4-50; work release
  • 39:4-51a No consumption of alcoholic beverages in car
  • 39:4-51b. Prohibition of possession of open, unsealed alcoh
  • 39:4-53. Leaving vehicle with engine running prohibited; f
  • 39:4-54. Trailers; number permitted; towing methods
  • 39:4-56.8 removal of disabled motor vehicles by towing
  • 39:4-58 Driving vehicle with view to rear and sides obstruc
  • 39:4-59 Hitch-hiking Begging rides prohibited
  • 39:4-6 Duties of commissioner. 39:4-6
  • 39:4-63 Placing, throwing, or depositing injurious substance
  • 39:4-64 Throwing or dropping debris from a vehicle
  • 39:4-67 Obstructing passage of vehicles
  • 39:4-68 Doors of street car or autobus closed
  • 39:4-7 Directors hearings; subpoenas
  • 39:4-76 Driving overweight vehicle on interstate bridge
  • 39:4-77.1a Snow or ice falling off moving vehicle- noncommerc
  • 39:4-79. Backing to curb
  • 39:4-8 Commissioner of Transportations approval required
  • 39:4-8.1 Approval of handicapped parking spaces, signs
  • 39:4-8.10 Construction of speed humps, traffic measures
  • 39:4-8.11 Conformance of speed humps to DOT standards
  • 39:4-8.12 Traffic Control Systems Findings, Declarations
  • 39:4-8.13 Definitions relative to traffic control systems
  • 39:4-8.14 Five-year traffic signal pilot program
  • 39:4-8.15 Review of recorded images by law enforcement
  • 39:4-8.16 Rules, regulations
  • 39:4-8.17 Reports from municipalities
  • 39:4-8.18 Effective date, expiration date
  • 39:4-8.19 Request for review; fees, rules, regulations
  • 39:4-8.2 Definitions relative to traffic regulation
  • 39:4-8.20 Payment of fine; distribution
  • 39:4-8.21 Construction of curb extension, bulbout
  • 39:4-8.3 Regulation of traffic, parking, etc.
  • 39:4-8.4 Issuance of order
  • 39:4-8.5 Official permanent record of orders.
  • 39:4-8.6 Continuance, adoption of rules, regulations.
  • 39:4-8.7 Orders not considered rule, regulation
  • 39:4-8.8 Construction of act
  • 39:4-8.9 Definitions relative to speed humps
  • 39:4-80 Failure to obey directions of officer
  • 39:4-82 Failure to keep right
  • 39:4-82.1 Failure to drive on righthand roadway
  • 39:4-83 Failure to keep to right at intersection
  • 39:4-84 Failure to pass to right when proceeding in opposite
  • 39:4-85 Failure to pass to left when overtaking
  • 39:4-87.1 Failure to yield to bus
  • 39:4-88 Traffic on marked lanes aka unsafe lane change
  • 39:4-88 Failure to Observe Traffic Lanes unsafe lane change violation
  • 39:4-9.1. Exchange of information concerning violations
  • 39:4-90 Right of way at intersections
  • 39:4-92.1 Following fire department vehicle too closely back
  • 39:4-92.2 Procedure for motorist approaching stationary
  • 39:4-93. Processions
  • 39:4-97 Careless driving
  • 39:5-30 Suspension, Revocation of Registration, License Certificates
  • 39:5-31 Revocation of Drivers License by Director or Magistrate
  • 39:5-35 Return or Surrender of Suspended,revoked Driver
  • 39:5C-1 Racing or Making of Speed records
  • 39:5D-1 Moving Violation Out of State
  • 39:6B-2 Driving Without Insurance - Strict Liability and Substantial Penalties
  • 39:6B-1 Maintenance of Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Cov
  • 39:8-1 Motor vehicle inspections 39:8-1 Failure to inspect
  • 39:8-1 Motor Vehicle Inspections, Exceptions.
  • 39:8-4. Reinspection
  • 39:8-6. Display of Approval Certificate on Request
  • 39:8-62. No Operation in Violation of Standards Establis
  • 39:8-18 Affixing approval sticker without re-inspection or c
  • 39:8-48 Private agency affixes certificate without inspect
  • 39:9-2 Commercial driver exceeding maximum permitted on-duty
  • 7:12-1. Trial Date; Adjournment
  • AGGRAVATED CRIMINAL SEXUAL N.J.S.A. 2C:14-3a jury charge
  • Alcohol and Calorie Content of About 200 Popular Beers
  • Arrested for DUI?
  • Assault by Auto
  • Beer, Alcohol and Calories
  • Car Insurance Laws
  • Careless Driving Requires the State to Provide the Vehicle Was Operated by the Defendant Carelessly or Without Due Caution and Circumspection, in a Manner so as to Endanger, or Be Likely to Endanger, a Person or Property
  • Cases Affecting DWI Prosecution and Defense
  • Change in DWI Plea Agreements in Municipal Court
  • Chemist Testimony Required in DWI Blood Case. Lab Cert Is Hearsay. State v. Berezansky 386 NJ Super. 84 (App. Div. 2006)
  • Civil Model Jury Charge 5.31A DUTY OF CARE AT INTERSECTION APPROACHED BY EMERGENCY VEHICLE (To Be Used If Emergency Vehicle Is Involved)
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle DWI with CDL
  • Conditional Veto of NJ DWI bill by Governor Christie
  • Contesting Motor Vehicle Conviction MVC Suspensions (DMV Suspensions)
  • Court rule 3:3-4. Defective Warrant or Summons
  • Court Rule 7:10-1. New Trial
  • Court Rule 7:10-2. Post-Conviction Relief
  • Court Rule 7:12-2. Calendar Parts; Sessions
  • Court Rule 7:12-3. Pleas of Not Guilty and Pleas of Guilty
  • Court Rule 7:12-4. Violations Bureau; Designation; Functions
  • Court Rule 7:13-1. Appeals
  • Court Rule 7:13-2. Stay
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  • Court Rule 7:14-1. Opening Statement
  • Court Rule 7:14-2. Amendment of Process or Pleading
  • Court Rule 7:14-3. Court Calendar
  • Court Rule 7:14-4. Financial Control
  • Court rule 7:5-3. Search and Seizure Without a Warrant
  • Court Rule 7:6-1. Arraignment
  • Court Rule 7:6-2. Pleas, Plea Agreements
  • Court Rule 7:7-1. Pleadings; Objections
  • Court Rule 7:7-10. Joint Representation
  • Court Rule 7:7-11. Use of Acting Judges Pursuant to Standing
  • Court Rule 7:7-2. Motions
  • Court Rule 7:7-3. Notice of Alibi; Failure to Furnish
  • Court Rule 7:7-5. Pretrial Procedure
  • Court Rule 7:7-7. Discovery and Inspection
  • Court Rule 7:7-8. Form of Subpoena
  • Court Rule 7:7-9. Filing Appearance
  • Court Rule 7:8-1. Mediation of Minor Disputes in Municipal
  • Court Rule 7:8-10. Waiver of Right to Counsel at Trial
  • Court rule 7:8-2. Place of Trial; Disqualification
  • Court Rule 7:8-3. Adjournment
  • Court Rule 7:8-5. Dismissal
  • Court Rule 7:8-6. Transfer to the Chancery Division, Family
  • Court Rule 7:8-7. Appearances; Exclusion of the Public
  • Court Rule 7:8-8. Record of Proceedings; Transcripts
  • Court Rule 7:8-9. Procedures on Failure to Appear
  • Court Rule 7:9-1. Sentence
  • Court Rule 7:9-2. Judgment
  • Court Rule 7:9-3. Credit for Confinement Pending Sentence
  • Court Rule 7:9-4. Reduction or Change of Sentence
  • Criminal and Traffic Cases Decided by NJ Courts
  • Criminal/Traffic Court
  • Cross Examination Questions Often Used in a DWI Trial
  • Crossing signals 39:4-43, 44, 45.
  • Decision on Reliability of New DWI Breath Testing Machine Delayed
  • Defense by Affidavit or Certification Program - We Go to Court if You Live Out of Area or Cannot Appear for Court
  • Defenses to Refusal in a DWI Case to Completely Provide 2 Breath Samples in Excess of 1.5 Liters
  • Defensive Driving Course
  • DMV Surcharge Not Subject to Discharge; in Re Schick 418 F. 3d. 321 (3rd Cir. 2005)
  • DMV/ MVC and Points
  • Drivers License Suspension Hearings After Fatal Accident
  • Driving after taking prescription medication and getting dwi
  • Driving Under Influence - DUI in New Jersey
  • Driving under the influence not a violation of DWI law in NJ
  • Driving While Suspended New Fines & Jail
  • Driving Without Insurance Defenses
  • Drug DWI Still Needs More than Lay Opinion, but Police Can Testify. State v. Bealor 187 NJ 574 (2006)
  • Drunk Driving Discovery
  • DWI - Protocol Should Be Followed; State v. Kashi, ___ NJ Super. ___ A-3319-01T2 (App. Div. June 5, 2003)
  • DWI Breathalyzer Ampoules
  • DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing p11-20
  • DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing p20-29
  • DWI Driver Cannot Be Sentenced as Second Time School Zone Offender Unless He Had a Prior School Zone Conviction
  • DWI Driver Could Turn Around to Avoid Road Block. State v. Badessa 373 NJ Super. 84 (App. Div. 2004)
  • DWI Stop Dismissed Because Error by Officer; State v. Puzio 379 NJ Super. 378 (App. Div. 2005)
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  • E485: 1. 2016 update Wills and Estate Planning- Free Seminar, January 13, 2016; Wednesday 12:15PM-1PM and again 5:15PM-6PM at the Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen, 2053 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ 08817. 2. Major Change in law permits car search if police have probable cause to believe that the vehicle contains contraband or evidence of crime. Warrantless auto search permitted on probable cause in lengthy opinion.
  • E503 Newsletter
  • Former Governor Jon S. Corzine Had Signed a Law Which Requires New State Residents to Register Their Vehicles in New Jersey
  • Free Special Report on Updated Points for NJ Motor Vehicle Violations
  • Going to Court
  • Guidelines for Operation of Plea Agreements in the Municipal
  • Handling Drug, DWI and Motor Vehicle Violations in Municipal Court Book & Seminar tapes
  • Handling Drug, DWI and Motor Vehicle Violations in Municipal Court Seminar Book, Audiotapes and Forms CD Now Available!!!
  • Happy Hour at Bar Anticipation
  • HGN Not Admissible in New Jersey DWI Cases
  • Hiring an Attorney to Reduce License Suspensions at Motor Vehicle Services - MVC/DMV Hearings
  • Hit and Run Accident - Receiving Recovery for Injury
  • Ignition Interlock Device Compiled
  • Implications of New Jerseys DWI Law
  • Improper Passing Often Called Shoulder Riding 39:4-85
  • In DWI, State Must Prove Operation Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
  • Instructions to Police Officers on Traffic Tickets
  • Insurance Eligibility Points
  • INTOXICATION PATHOLOGICAL model jury charge 2c:2-8
  • Introduction to Municipal Court Practice program NJSBA Annual
  • Is Failure by Officer to Sign Ticket a Defense to DWI? No, State v. Fisher __NJ__ (2004)
  • Joy Riding
  • Ken Vercammen will join the WCTC 1450am radio
  • Kenneth Vercammen Forms and Materials from the Seminar "Handling Drug, DWI and Serious Municipal Court Cases"
  • Laser Speed Detection System LTI Marksman Now Used to Issue Speeding Tickets in New Jersey
  • License Revocation
  • Major Changes in Municipal Court - DWI, Recent DWI and Criminal Cases and the New Alcotest Breath Machine
  • Major Drug and DWI Cases in Municipal and Criminal Court 2002-2003
  • Marijuana DWI Requires Specific Training by Officer in Narcotics; Supreme Court Squib
  • Motor Vehicle Surcharges
  • Motor Vehicle Terms Defined
  • Motor Vehicles Affordability and Fairness Task Force Final Report
  • Moving Violations NJ
  • Municipal Court Appeals - Photo
  • Municipal Court improperly admitted into evidence reports
  • New Jersey Can Suspend Drivers License for NY DWI; State v. Pepe ___ NJ Super. ___ (App. Div. A-176-04T2, Decided on August 1, 2005)
  • New Jersey Handicapped Parking Laws
  • New Jersey Motor Vehicle Violations Points
  • New Jersey Municipal Court and Criminal Interview Form
  • New Jersey MVC DMV Court Codes
  • New Jersey Photo Red-Light Ticket
  • New Jersey Standard Refusal Warning to DWI Drivers
  • New Jerseys Top 100 Most Common Motor Vehicle Violations plus Fines, Points, Jail, and Surcharges
  • New Law Reduces Penalties for Driving While Suspended If Suspension Is for Parking Ticket or Minor Offense
  • New Law Requires certain police vehicles with cameras
  • New Speeding Fines
  • Newsletter E462: Breach of Contract, DWI, and More
  • NJ Points in Motor Vehicle Violations
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  • NJ Municipal Court Law Review 2016 Summer Newsletter
  • NJ Municipal Court Law Review Fall 2016
  • NJ Senate approves change to DWI Law and require interlock
  • NJAC 10A:31-25.5 Placement in a Work Release Program
  • NJAC 11:3-34.3 At-fault Accident Definitions
  • NJAC 11:3-34.4 Eligible Person Qualifications
  • NJAC 11:3-34.5 Automobile Insurance Eligibility Points
  • NJAC 13:-19-10.1 Point Assessment
  • NJAC 13:19-10.1 Point Assessment
  • NJAC 13:19-10.1 Point Assessment
  • NJAC 13:19-10.2 Point Accumulation; Period of Suspension
  • NJAC 13:19-10.3 Driver Programs
  • NJAC 13:19-10.4 Notice to Drivers
  • NJAC 13:19-10.6 Restoration; Official Warning; Completion of Driver Improvement or Probationary Driver Program
  • NJAC 13:19-6.10 Revocation of Certification of BAIID
  • NJAC 13:19-6.15 Approved List of Ignition Interlock Manufacturers
  • NJAC 13:19-6.2 Definitions Ignition Interlock Device
  • NJAC 13:19-6.3 Adoption and Incorporation by Reference NHTSA Model Specification for BAIIDS
  • NJAC 13:19-6.5 Specifications for BAIIDs
  • NJAC 13:19-6.6 Application for Certification of BAIID
  • NJAC 13:19-6.7 Certification of BAIID by the Chief Administrator; Bonding Requirement
  • NJAC 13:19-6.8 Liability Insurance
  • NJAC 13:19-6.9 Reports Required from Manufacturer After BAIID Certification
  • NJAC 13:60-1.1 Purpose
  • NJAC 13:60-1.2 Application
  • NJAC 13:60-1.3 Definitions and General Requirements
  • NJAC 13:60-1.4 Penalty for Violation
  • NJAC 19:9-1.1 Turnpike Definitions
  • NJAC 19:9-1.17 Careless Driving on Turnpike
  • NJAC 19:9-1.2 Speed Limits on Turnpike and Parkway
  • NJAC 19:9-1.20 Turnpike Failure to Keep Records
  • NJAC 19:9-1.24 Turnpike Lane Usage Interchanges 11 to 14
  • NJAC 19:9-1.3 Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device on Turnpike
  • NJAC 19:9-1.4 Uniform Direction of Traffic Turnpike
  • NJAC 19:9-1.5 Turnpike and Parkway U-Turns Prohibited
  • NJAC 19:9-1.6 Parking, Standing or Stopping on Roadway Prohibited, Except in Case of Emergency
  • NJAC 19:9-1.7 Use of Medial Strip Prohibited on Turnpike
  • NJAC 19:9-1.9 Limitations on Use of Roadway
  • NJAC 1:1-10.2 Discovery by Notice or Motion; Depositions; Physical and Mental Examinations
  • NJAC 1:1-10.4 Time for Discovery; Relief from Discovery; Motions to Compel
  • NJAC 1:1-10.5 Sanctions
  • NJAC 1:1-11.1 Subpoenas for Attendance of Witnesses; Production of Documentary Evidence; Issuance; Contents
  • NJAC 1:1-13.1 Prehearing Conferences
  • NJAC 1:1-13.2 Prehearing Order
  • NJAC 1:1-14.1 Public Hearings; Records as Public; Sealing a Record; Media Coverage
  • NJAC 1:1-14.14 Sanctions; Failure to Comply with Orders or Requirements of This Chapter
  • NJAC 1:1-14.2 Expedition
  • NJAC 1:1-14.4 Failure to Appear; Sanctions for Failure to Appear
  • NJAC 1:1-14.5 Ex Parte Communications
  • NJAC 1:1-14.6 Judges Powers in Presiding over Prehearing Activities, Conducting Hearings, Developing Records and Rendering Initial Decisions
  • NJAC 1:1-14.7 Conduct of Hearings
  • NJAC 1:1-14.8 Conduct of Proceedings on the Papers and Telephone Hearings
  • NJAC 1:1-14.9 Orders; Preparation of Orders
  • NJAC 1:1-15.4 Privileges
  • NJAC 1:13-1.1 Applicability
  • NJAC Fatal Accident Regulations Regs
  • NJSA 12:7-46 Penalties for Operating Vessel Under the Influence - Boating DWI
  • NJSA 17:29C-7.1 Refusal to Renew Insurance, Conditions
  • NJSA 17:29C-8 Time for Notice of Insurance Cancellation
  • NJSA 17:29C-9 Intention Not to Renew, Notice Required
  • NJSA 2A:156-2 Fresh Pursuit
  • NJSA 2A:30A-2 Payment to Prime Contractor, Subcontractor, Sub-Subcontractor, Timely Payment; Exceptions; Disputes; Resolution
  • NJSA 2B:24-1 Findings, Declarations Relative to Municipal Public Defenders
  • NJSA 3B:12-11 Affidavit of receipt; contents; filing.
  • NJSA 3B:12B-16 Proceedings in more than one state.
  • NJSA 52:14F-5 Powers, Duties of Director and Chief Administrative Law Judge
  • Obstruction
  • Offense 39:3-40 (f) (1) penalty Driving while license sus
  • Offense 39:3-40 (f) (3) penalty Driving while license suspen
  • Offense 39:3-40 (g) penalty Driving while license suspended
  • Office of Administrative Law Directions
  • Office of Administrative Law OAL New Jersey
  • Okay to Follow Drunk into Garage; State v. Nikola, 821 A.2d 110 (N.J. App. Div. 2003)
  • Out of State Non-DWI Does Not Require NJ DMV Suspension. NJ Division of Motor Vehicles v. Ripley 364 NJ Super. 343 (App. Div. 2003)
  • Parking Prohibited 39:4-138a A.Within an Intersection; B.On
  • Penalties regular driving while suspended 39:3-40
  • Penalty 39:3-40 (f) (2) Driving while license suspended dwi
  • Photo: From Left to Right... Kenneth Vercammen, Esq., John Menzel, Esq., Prosecutor Norma Murgado, William Brigiani, Esq., Joshua Reinitz, Esq
  • Police Can Hold DWI Defendant Until Relative or Friend Arrives; State v. Greeley 178 NJ 38 (2003)
  • Post Conviction Motion to Vacate Guilty Plea to Traffic Ticket or Criminal Guilty Plea
  • Prior Uncounseled DWI Guilty Plea May Not Increase Jail Time; State v. Hrycak 184 NJ 351 (2005)
  • Proof of Operation of a Motor Vehicle in a DWI Case
  • Prosecuting Driving While Suspended Cases
  • Quasi Criminal Rights of Persons Charged with Motor Vehicle Offenses Including DWI and Driving While Suspended
  • Recent Car Insurance and Immunity Cases
  • Recent Case Requires Third DWI Offender to Serve Minimum 90 Consecutive Days in Jail, No Work Release
  • Recent Changes in Municipal Court Law seminar, book and Cd
  • Reduced Insurance Under New Law
  • Resume of Kenneth Vercammen, Esq & Biography
  • Revised DWI Statute Increased Penalties
  • Revoked Driving DWS
  • Revoked List
  • Riccis Law Increases Ignition Interlock Device Requirements for Certain Drunk Driving Offenders
  • Rule 3:3-1. Issuance of an Arrest Warrant or Summons
  • Rules Governing Practice In The Municipal Courts - Rule 7:1
  • Rules Governing Practice In The Municipal Courts - Rule 7:10
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  • Rules Governing Practice In The Municipal Courts - Rule 7:7
  • Rules Governing Practice In The Municipal Courts - Rule 7:8
  • Rules Governing Practice In The Municipal Courts - Rule 7:9
  • Sentencing in criminal cases in NJ
  • Speed Law in New Jersey
  • Speedy Trial Law
  • Speedy Trial Violated in DWI and Traffic
  • Standardized Field Sobriety Testing
  • Standardized Field Sobriety Testing HS 178 R5/13 23 of 24
  • Standardized Field Sobriety Testingup to up to HS 178 R5/13
  • State v. Chun 194 NJ 54 Supreme Court 7110 Alcotest Decision
  • Statutory Elements of Refusal to Submit to Chemical Test for DWI Arrest Must Be Proven Beyond a Reasonable Doubt; New Rule Applies Retroactively
  • Stop Okay If Based on DMV Error; State v. Pitcher 379 NJ Super. 308 (App. Div. 2005)
  • The New Alcotest 7110 Alcohol Breath Testing Machine RICHARD SAFERSTEIN, Ph.D., Forensic Science Consultant Former Chief Forensic Scientist for the New Jersey State Police (1970-1991 - Photo
  • Three Month Suspension for Driving While Under the Influence Does Not Apply Retroactively; State v. Chambers 377 NJ Super. 365 (App. Div. 2005)
  • Traffic and Criminal Cases
  • Traffic Offense
  • Traffic Ticket Representation
  • Traffic Ticket Representation
  • Traffic Violations
  • Trying Cases in Municipal Court-the Basics
  • Uninsured Motorist
  • Unsolicited Statement by Drunk Admissible Even If No Miranda; State V Cryan, 363 NJ Super. 442 (App. Div. 2003)
  • VEHICULAR HOMICIDE (DEATH BY AUTO model jury charge
  • Violations of Toll Road Statutes and Regulations
  • Warrantless Search of Passenger Compartment in DWI OK; State V Irelan 375 NJ Super. 100 (App. Div. 2005)
  • Wasted Owner Can Be Guilty of Allowing DWI, State v. Zanger 370 NJ Super. 360 (Law Div - Camden 2004)
  • Wasted Owner Can Be Guilty of Allowing DWI; State v. Zanger __NJ Super.__ Appeal No. 51-2003 (Law Div. Decided March 29, 2004)
  • Weapons Seized During Warrantless Search by Police Officer Acting as Community Caretaker Admissible. State v. Diloreto 180 NJ 264 (2004)
  • What Is an Expert Witness in a DWI Case, If You Are Charged with Driving While Under the Influence?
  • Winning Traffic Tickets
  • Winter 2010 Municipal Court Law Review
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    • 17:29A-34 Intent and purpose of act
    • 17:29A-35 Motor Vehicle Violations Surcharge System
    • 17:29A-35 Motor Vehicle Violations Surcharge System
    • 18 U.S. Code 13 - Laws of States adopted for all states
    • 1st Offense 39:4-50 penalty BAC 0.08%
    • 2015 Municipal Court College Book
    • 27:23-29 Compliance with regulations turnpike
    • 2nd Offense 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated penalty
    • 39: 4-208 Improper traffic & parking on State property
    • 39:1-1 Words and Phrases Defined.
    • 39:10-26 Motor vehicle dealer selling vehicle that does not
    • 39:10-27 Seller of used vehicle fails to make repair
    • 39:11-9Failure of junk yard owner to certify the condition
    • 39:12-11 Driving school failing to keep records
    • 39:12-2.1 Failure of driving school instructor to receive
    • 39:12-5 Driving school employing an unlicensed instructor
    • 39:2-2. Director of Division of Motor Vehicles; Appointmen
    • 39:2-3 Powers, Duties of Commission.
    • 39:2-3.4 Disclosure of Personal Information Connected with Motor Vehicle Record
    • 39:2-10 Records and seal; authentication of documents
    • 39:2-11. Office facilities and supplies
    • 39:2-13 Medical advisory panel
    • 39:2-14 Appointments; term; reimbursement for expenses
    • 39:2-15 Duties; recommendations; adoption by division
    • 39:2-16. Nonliability for civil damages
    • 39:2-3.2 Cooperation by Division of Motor Vehicles to regis
    • 39:2-3.3 Privacy of Motor Vehicle Records
    • 39:2-3.5 Violation, fourth degree crime
    • 39:2-3.6 Liability for civil action
    • 39:2-3.7 Construction of act
    • 39:2-3.8 Electronic processing of vehicle transactions
    • 39:2-4. Deputy director; powers; bonds; oath
    • 39:2-9.1. Abolishment of positions in DMV
    • 39:2-9.2. Reemployment rights
    • 39:2-9.3 Appointment to state police
    • 39:2-9.4 Qualifications of appointee
    • 39:2-9.5 Transfer of pension contributions and reserves
    • 39:2-9.6 Rights Preserved
    • 39:2-9.7 State Agency Transfer Act; application to act
    • 39:2-9.8 Construction of act concerning GDL
    • 39:2A-1 Short title
    • 39:2A-10 Powers of deputy chief administrator
    • 39:2A-11 Administrator considered appointing authority.
    • 39:2A-12 Board; membership; appointment; terms, vacancies.
    • 39:2A-13 Powers, duties of board
    • 39:2A-14 Election of vice-chair
    • 39:2A-15 Member compensation
    • 39:2A-16 Meetings of board
    • 39:2A-17 Minutes delivered to Governor, effect of veto
    • 39:2A-18 Members subject to Conflicts of Interest Law.
    • 39:2A-19 Removal of member
    • 39:2A-2 Findings, declarations relative to New Jersey MVC
    • 39:2A-20 Authorization of payment methods
    • 39:2A-21 Rules, regulations
    • 39:2A-22 Annual report to Governor, Legislature
    • 39:2A-23 Immunity from liability.
    • 39:2A-24 Absolute, qualified immunities
    • 39:2A-25 Legal representation
    • 39:2A-26 Advisory council
    • 39:2A-27 Study on location, adequacy of agency facilities
    • 39:2A-28 Powers, duties of administrator
    • 39:2A-29 Goals of administrator, deputy administrator
    • 39:2A-3 Definitions relative to New Jersey MVC
    • 39:2A-31 Exercise of powers by commission for people
    • 39:2A-32 Fingerprinting, criminal history checks; use
    • 39:2A-33 Contracts for ancillary services; use of revenues
    • 39:2A-34 Reorganization plans superseded
    • 39:2A-35 Transfer of Commercial Bus Unit.
    • 39:2A-36 Revenues remitted to commission, General Fund
    • 39:2A-36.1 Increase in fees, surcharges.
    • 39:2A-37 Fees concerning licenses, effective date, revenue
    • 39:2A-38 Additional fees as security surcharge; revenue
    • 39:2A-39 Monies considered revenues of commission
    • 39:2A-4 New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission established
    • 39:2A-40 Prior law superseded.
    • 39:2A-41 Severability; liberal construction
    • 39:2A-42 Promotional payment incentives
    • 39:2A-5 Employee Transfer; Retirement, & Health Benefits
    • 39:2A-6 Employee seniority, benefits transferred, continued
    • 39:2A-7 Probationary period for certain employees
    • 39:2A-8 Determination of employee salaries
    • 39:2A-9 Testing of provisional employees
    • 39:3-36 Notification of change of residence; fees, penalties
    • 39:3-4 Registration of Automobiles and Motorcycles
    • 39:3-4 Unregistered Vehicle Violations
    • 39:3-9a Failure to Notify Change in Name; Failure to Endorse License
    • 39:3-10 Unlicensed Drivers
    • 39:3-10.18 Commercial Drivers License
    • 39:3-10.20 Suspension of Commercial Motor Vehicle Driving Privilege
    • 39:3-10.24 Refusal to Consent to Breath Samples After Arrest for 39:3-10.13 (Operation of Commercial Vehicle While Under Influence)
    • 39:3-11. Drivers license with restrictions or conditions; violations; punishment
    • 39:3-12 Illegal Securing of Drivers License
    • 39:3-13.2a Violation of Conditions of Special Learners Permit, Other than Conviction of Alcohol or Drug-Related Offense
    • 39:3-17. Touring privileges of nonresident chauffeurs or dri
    • 39:3-20 Weight in Excess of Limitation Permitted by Certificate of Registration for Commercial Vehicles
    • 39:3-20.1 Misuse of Registration of Empty Trucks
    • 39:3-20b Commercial Motor Vehicle Registrations; Fees.
    • 39:3-27.11 Misuse of Fire Department or First Aid Squad Plates
    • 39:3-27.21 Misuse of Commercial Van Plates
    • 39:3-27.27 Misuse of Street Rod Plates
    • 39:3-29 Failure to Exhibit Documents
    • 39:3-29 Failure to Produce License, Registration or Insurance Card
    • 39:3-33 Markers; Requirements Concerning; Fictitous
    • 39:3-35 Lending or Misusing Registration Certificate or Plates
    • 39:3-37 Falsifying Application on Examination
    • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting Plate or Marker
    • 39:3-40 Driving While Suspended in New Jersey
    • 39:3-40, 39:4-50 Drivers License Increased Penalties for Driving in School Zone While Intoxicated or Suspended
    • 39:3-44. Scope and Effect
    • 39:3-47 Illuminating Devices Required; Violations, Fines
    • 39:3-47b Illuminating Devices Required; Violations, Fines.
    • 39:3-49. Headlamps
    • 39:3-50 Color of Lights, Permits; Cancellation or Revocati
    • 39:3-51. Auxiliary Driving Lamps
    • 39:3-52. Additional Lighting Equipment
    • 39:3-53. Spot lamps
    • 39:3-54. Warning lights on vehicles
    • 39:3-55. Alternate Road Lighting Equipment
    • 39:3-70.2 Air Pollution
    • 39:3-76.2 Safety Belts or Restraining Devices
    • 39:3-76.2a Restraint or Booster Seat for Child Under Age 8
    • 39:3-76.2f Failure to Wear Seatbelt
    • 39:3-76.5 Failure to Equip with Seats and Footrests for Motorcycle Passengers
    • 39:3-79.8 Prohibition of Supplying Fuel to Vehicle Without Label
    • 39:3-80 Equipment with Inferior Tires
    • 39:3-81 Projection from Tires
    • 39:3-84.3i Violation of Dimensional Limitations
    • 39:3-84.3j Violation of Weight Limitations
    • 39:3-84.3l Violation of Designated Routes
    • 39:3-1. Certain Vehicles Excepted from Chapter
    • 39:3-10 Driving with an expired license
    • 39:3-10.1 Licensing of Bus Drivers, Exemptions.
    • 39:3-10.11 Definitions Relative to Commercial Driver Licens
    • 39:3-10.11a Certain Requirements for Drivers of Vehicles In
    • 39:3-10.12 Tests for Commercial Driver License.
    • 39:3-10.13. Alcohol, Controlled Substance Use Prohibited
    • 39:3-10.14 Request for and Provision of Driving Record
    • 39:3-10.15Notification of Moving Violations,disqualification
    • 39:3-10.17. Issuance, Transfer of Commercial Driver License
    • 39:3-10.18 Possession of Valid Commercial Driver License
    • 39:3-10.18(b) Driving a commercial vehicle after dl sus
    • 39:3-10.4. Report to Director by Physicians of Persons Subj
    • 39:3-10.5. Report by Drivers License Applicants Subject
    • 39:3-10a Driving with an expired license
    • 39:3-10a Fee for Restoration of Suspended or Revoked Dl
    • 39:3-10b Applications for Motorcycle License.
    • 39:3-10c. Vision Screening
    • 39:3-10d. Implementation of Vision Reexamination
    • 39:3-10e. Involvement in Two or More Accidents
    • 39:3-10f Initial License, Renewal, Digitized Color Picture
    • 39:3-10f1 Construction of Act Local Law Enforcement
    • 39:3-10f2 Release, Disclosure of Licensees Picture Prohibi
    • 39:3-10f3 Rules, Regulations.
    • 39:3-10f4 Fee for Digitized Picture.
    • 39:3-10f5 Use of Revenues from Fees.
    • 39:3-10h Process to Prevent Forgery, Alteration.
    • 39:3-10j Findings, Declaration Concerning Commercial Driver
    • 39:3-10j Findings, Declaration Concerning Commercial Driver
    • 39:3-10k Exemption for Operators of Certain Emergency, Other
    • 39:3-10l. Rules, Regulations
    • 39:3-10n Issuance of Temporary Drivers License.
    • 39:3-11 Violating restriction on conditional license
    • 39:3-13.4. Probationary drivers license. Violations of cond
    • 39:3-17.1(b) Failure to register a vehicle within 60 days
    • 39:3-17.1(b) Failure to register a vehicle within 60 days
    • 39:3-2. Motor Vehicles Used on Rural Mail Routes Not Commer
    • 39:3-2. Motor Vehicles Used on Rural Mail Routes Not Commer
    • 39:3-20 Commercial Motor Vehicle Registrations; Fees.
    • 39:3-20(b) Speeding (commercial vehicle)
    • 39:3-20.2 Misuse of registration of empty trucks
    • 39:3-20e Exceeding Registration Weight
    • 39:3-20e Exceeding Registration Weight
    • 39:3-29 No documents in posession. License, registration cer
    • 39:3-29.8(a) Display/poss. fictitious ID
    • 39:3-29.8(b) Lend I.D. card to anothe
    • 39:3-29.8(c) Display/represent ID card not issued to him
    • 39:3-29.8(e) Utilization of ID card for forbidden acts
    • 39:3-29.8(f) Improper Reproduction of I.D. cards
    • 39:3-29.8(g) Alteration of I.D. cards
    • 39:3-3 Motor Vehicle Agents, Appointment, Duties; Backgroun
    • 39:3-32 Replacement of lost, destroyed license plates
    • 39:3-33 No license plate on car
    • 39:3-34 Application for certificate or license during suspen
    • 39:3-37.1a Unlawful loan of license, vehicle;
    • 39:3-37.1b Unlawful loan of vehicle
    • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting plate or marker
    • 39:3-38 Counterfeiting plate or marker jail up to six month
    • 39:3-4.1. Licensing Motor Vehicles for Transportation
    • 39:3-44. Unsafe vehicle
    • 39:3-47(a) Failure to use headlights
    • 39:3-47(b) Electric lamps
    • 39:3-47(c) No altering equipment to 39:3-79 defeat inspectio
    • 39:3-4a. Temporary Registration of Motor Vehicle in Another
    • 39:3-4a. Temporary Registration of Motor Vehicle in Another
    • 39:3-4b. Temporary Registration
    • 39:3-4b. Temporary Registration Any Nonresident Purchas
    • 39:3-4c Rules, Regulations Relative to Issuance of Temporary
    • 39:3-4c Rules, Regulations Relative to Issuance Temporary
    • 39:3-4d. Geographical District Defined
    • 39:3-4d. Geographical District Defined
    • 39:3-4e. Rules and Regulations; Information by Insurers
    • 39:3-4e. Rules and Regulations; Information by Insurers
    • 39:3-4f. Vehicles Registered in Foreign Country, Operati
    • 39:3-5. Denial of Registration, Reciprocity
    • 39:3-5. Denial of Registration, Reciprocity
    • 39:3-5.1. Federal Tax Payment Required
    • 39:3-51 Auxiliary driving lamps

    • 39:3-52 Additional lighting equipment

    • 39:3-54.10 More than 2 emergency lights
    • 39:3-54.7 Mounting and operation of emergency warning light
    • 39:3-54.7 Mounting and operation of emergency warning light
    • 39:3-56 Number of driving lamps required or permitted

    • 39:3-57 Single-beam road lighting
    • 39:3-58. Multiple-beam road lighting
    • 39:3-59. Beam indicator lights
    • 39:3-6.1. Definitions
    • 39:3-6.1. Definitions
    • 39:3-6.10. Suspension or Cancellation of Exemptions,
    • 39:3-6.10. Suspension or Cancellation of Exemptions, Benefit
    • 39:3-6.11. Definitions Relative to Apportioned Vehicles
    • 39:3-6.12. Membership in International Registration Plan
    • 39:3-6.13. Registration of Apportioned Vehicles
    • 39:3-6.13. Registration of Apportioned Vehicles
    • 39:3-6.14 Registration, Administrative Fees.
    • 39:3-6.15. Preservation of Operational Records
    • 39:3-6.16. Temporary Registration
    • 39:3-6.16. Temporary Registration
    • 39:3-6.17. Violation, Fines
    • 39:3-6.18. Motor Carrier Audits of Operational Records
    • 39:3-6.19. Supersedure; Nonapplicability
    • 39:3-6.19. Supersedure; Nonapplicability
    • 39:3-6.2. Authority of Director to Make Arrangements
    • 39:3-6.2. Authority of Director to Make Arrangements,
    • 39:3-6.20. Proportional Registration Distributive Fund
    • 39:3-6.21. Reciprocity
    • 39:3-6.3. Registration in Another Jurisdiction of Vehicles
    • 39:3-6.5. Exemptions, Benefits and Privileges
    • 39:3-6.6. Leased Vehicles
    • 39:3-6.6. Leased Vehicles
    • 39:3-6.7. Vehicles Registered in Jurisdiction
    • 39:3-6.9. Written Agreements, Arrangements or Declarations
    • 39:3-60. Use of multiple-beam road lighting equipment
    • 39:3-61 Lamps and reflectors required on particular vehicles
    • 39:3-61.1. Mounting of lamps and reflectors
    • 39:3-61.2. Combination of lighting devices and reflectors;
    • 39:3-61.3. Stop lamps; construction, placement and use
    • 39:3-61.4. Overhang loads; placement and use of red lamps
    • 39:3-62. Lamps on parked vehicles
    • 39:3-64. Vehicular traffic hazard warning signals
    • 39:3-65. Lamps on other vehicles and equipment
    • 39:3-66. Maintenance of lamps, reflectors
    • 39:3-69 Horns and audible warning devices.
    • 39:3-7. Power of Attorney Given by Nonresident; Service of P
    • 39:3-70 Mufflers.
    • 39:3-71. Mirrors
    • 39:3-72. Tire equipment
    • 39:3-73. Tire-chains
    • 39:3-74. Windshields must be unobstructed and equipped with
    • 39:3-75. Safety glass
    • 39:3-75.2. Rules, regulations
    • 39:3-76.2. Safety belts or restraining devices
    • 39:3-76.3. Motorcycles; height of handle bar grips
    • 39:3-76.4. Muffler systems for motorcycles
    • 39:3-77. Selling or using unapproved devices or equipment
    • 39:3-79.1 Failure to equip bus, truck, or trailer w/mud fl
    • 39:3-8 Registration Fee for Passenger Automobile; Other Vehi
    • 39:3-8.1 Licensing of Noncommercial Trucks.
    • 39:3-8.2 Additional Fees.
    • 39:3-8.2 Additional Fees.
    • 39:3-8.3 Definitions Relative to Certificate of Ownership Fo
    • 39:3-8.4 Additional Fee for Certificate of Ownership for Cer
    • 39:3-84.3(j) Violation of weight limitations
    • 39:3-84.3(l) Violation of designated routes
    • 39:3-9a Legal name of licensee; endorsement
    • 39:3-9a Legal name of licensee; endorsement.
    • 39:3-9b Street Address on Drivers License; Exception
    • 39:3-9c Rules, Regulations on Use of Drivers Addresses.
    • 39:3-9c Rules, Regulations on Use of Drivers Addresses.
    • 39:3B-25 School Bus Driver Using Cellphone
    • 39:3B-22 Violations, penalties.
    • 39:3B-25. Use of cell phone prohibited while driving school
    • 39:3C-17 Operational limitations.
    • 39:4-1 Traffic Violations 4 Points or Less
    • 39:4-135. Parking; Direction and Side of Street; Angle Pa
    • 39:4-136. Parking on Highway; Removing Vehicle; Disabled
    • 39:4-138.1 Determination of No Parking Zones.
    • 39:4-139. Loading or Unloading Passengers or Materials; Pe
    • 39:4-14.10 Electric Personal Assistive Mobility Device Defined Violations
    • 39:4-207.9 Parking Spaces for Handicapped; Requirements For
    • 39:4-215. Failure to Obey Signals, Signs or Directions
    • 39:4-27.9 Failure to Maintain Handicapped Parking Space
    • 39:4-35 Pedestrians Right to Complete Crossing
    • 39:4-36 Driver to Yield to Pedestrian at Crosswalk
    • 39:4-41 Driving Through Safety Zones Prohibited
    • 39:4-46 Commercial Motor Vehicle Identification; GVWR to Be
    • 39:4-48 Operating or Using a Vehicle Without Consent of Owner
    • 39:4-50 Defending the DWI Under Influence Case When Blood Drawn
    • 39:4-50, Driving While Intoxicated, DWI, DUI, Drunk Driving
    • 39:4-50. Driving While Intoxicated
    • 39:4-50.14 Operation by Person Who Has Consumed Alcohol Who Is Below Age to Purchase Alcoholic Beverages (in Addition to Penalties Under Any Other Law)
    • 39:4-50.2 Refusal to Take Breath Test
    • 39:4-51a Consumption of Alcoholic Beverage While an Operator or Passenger in Motor Vehicle
    • 39:4-51b Possession of Open Container of Alcohol in Passenger Compartment
    • 39:4-52 Racing on Highway Prohibited
    • 39:4-53 Leaving Vehicle with Engine Running
    • 39:4-54. Trailers; Number Permitted; Towing Methods; Aux
    • 39:4-55 Action on Steep Grades and Curves
    • 39:4-56. Delaying Traffic Prohibited
    • 39:4-56.1 Willfully Causing Vehicle to Become Disabled
    • 39:4-56.5 Abandonment of Motor Vehicle
    • 39:4-57 Observance of Directions of Officers
    • 39:4-57.1. Activation of Interior Light in Vehicle upon Req
    • 39:4-58. Driving Vehicle with View to Rear and Sides Obstru
    • 39:4-59. Begging Rides Prohibited
    • 39:4-60. Soliciting Trade or Contributions Permitted, Cert
    • 39:4-61. Tailboard Riding No Person Shall Ride upon The
    • 39:4-62. Leaving Curb
    • 39:4-63 Placing or Throwing Injurious Substances on Highway
    • 39:4-64 Throwing or Dropping Debris from a Vehicle
    • 39:4-65 Letting off or Taking on Persons
    • 39:4-66 Emerging from an Alley
    • 39:4-66.1 Right of Way on Entering or Leaving Alley
    • 39:4-66.2. Avoidance of Traffic Control Signal, Sign
    • 39:4-67. Obstructing Passage of Other Vehicles or Street Ca
    • 39:4-68. Doors of Street Car or Autobus Closed
    • 39:4-69. Riding on Part Not Intended for Passengers Prohibi
    • 39:4-71 Driving on Sidewalk
    • 39:4-72 Slowing, Stopping on Signal from Driver, Rider of A
    • 39:4-76 Driving Overweight Vehicles on Interstate Bridge
    • 39:4-77. Loading so as to Spill Prohibited; Minimum Safety
    • 39:4-77.1bSnow or Ice Dislodged from a Moving Vehicle, Causing Injury or Property Damage
    • 39:4-78. Carrying Metals
    • 39:4-80 Traffic Control by Officers
    • 39:4-80. Traffic Control by Officers
    • 39:4-81 Observing Traffic Signals
    • 39:4-82 Keeping to Right
    • 39:4-82.1 Two Roadway Highways
    • 39:4-83 Failure to Keep Right at Intersections
    • 39:4-84 Failure to Pass to Right of Vehicle when Proceeding in Opposite Directions
    • 39:4-85.1 Designation of One-Way Traffic
    • 39:4-86 Improper Passing in a No-Passing Zone
    • 39:4-87 Overtaken Vehicle to Give Way
    • 39:4-89 Tailgating
    • 39:4-90 Failure to Yield at Intersection
    • 39:4-90.1 Failure to Use Proper Entrances to Limited Access Highways
    • 39:4-91 Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicles
    • 39:4-92 Failure to Comply with Regulations Concerning Emergency Vehicles
    • 39:4-92.1 Following Fire Department Vehicle Too Closely
    • 39:4-92.2 Procedure for Motorist Approaching Stationary Authorized Emergency Vehicle, Tow Truck, Highway Maintenance or Emergency Service Vehicle
    • 39:4-94 Railroad Employee Unnecessarily Blocking Highway with Train
    • 39:4-96 Reckless driving
    • 39:4-96, 39:4-97 Careless Driving, Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene, Failure to Report
    • 39:4-97.1 Slow Speeds as Blocking Traffic
    • 39:4-97.2 Unsafe Driving
    • 39:4-97.3 Operating Motor Vehicle while Using Cellphone
    • 39:4-98 .09 Speeding (.09 Indicates Exceeding by 1-9 MPH)
    • 39:4-98 .14 Speeding (.14 Indicates Exceeding by 10-14 MPH)
    • 39:4-98 .19 Speeding (.19 Indicates Exceeding by 15-19 MPH)
    • 39:4-98 .24 Speeding (.24 Indicates Exceeding by 20-24 MPH)
    • 39:4-98 .29 Speeding (.29 Indicates Exceeding by 25-29 MPH)
    • 39:4-98 .34 Speeding (.34 Indicates Exceeding by 30-34 MPH)
    • 39:4-98 .44 Speeding (.44 Indicates Exceeding by 40-44 MPH)
    • 39:4-98 .49 Speeding (.49 Indicates Exceeding by 45-49 MPH)
    • 39:4-98 .54 Speeding (.54 Indicates Exceeding by 50-54 MPH)
    • 39:4-98, 39:4-99 Speeding and Radar
    • 39:4-98.3, 39:4-98.5 Sixty-Five MPH Speed Limit
    • 39:4-10. Lights and reflectors on bicycles
    • 39:4-10.1 Bicycle helmets, requirements
    • 39:4-10.10 Rights, duties of roller skaters, skateboarders on roadway.
    • 39:4-10.10a Regulation of skateboarding, roller skating
    • 39:4-10.10b Accommodation of roller skates, skateboards
    • 39:4-10.11 Roller skaters, skateboarders to keep to right o
    • 39:4-10.12 Act not applicable to roller skating rinks
    • 39:4-10.13 Rules, regulations
    • 39:4-10.2 Violations, warnings, fines; fund
    • 39:4-10.3 Posting of sign required; violations, penalties
    • 39:4-10.4. Rules, regulations
    • 39:4-10.5 Definitions, requirements relative to helmets
    • 39:4-10.6 Violations, penalties, disposition of fines
    • 39:4-10.7 Noncompliance no bar to action.
    • 39:4-10.8 Warning notice for skates, skateboards, etc.
    • 39:4-10.9 Posting of sign required; violations; penalties.
    • 39:4-100 Speeding Across Sidewalk
    • 39:4-101. Speedways
    • 39:4-102. Speeding by Physicians in Emergencies
    • 39:4-103. Exemptions from Speed Regulations
    • 39:4-104. Violations of Article; Penalty
    • 39:4-105 Failure to Stop for Traffic Light
    • 39:4-106. Sequence of Lights
    • 39:4-107. Period or Cycle
    • 39:4-108. Semaphores
    • 39:4-109. Position of Lenses
    • 39:4-11. Audible signal
    • 39:4-11.1. Brake required
    • 39:4-110. Height of Signals
    • 39:4-111. Power of Lights
    • 39:4-112. Visibility of Signals to Traffic at Intersections
    • 39:4-113. Continuously Controlled Highway
    • 39:4-114. Traffic Signal in Paved Roadway or Poles in Cross
    • 39:4-115 Improper Turn at Traffic Light
    • 39:4-116 Failure to Make Proper Right or Left Turn at Arrow
    • 39:4-117 Special Pedestrian Interval
    • 39:4-118. Beacon or Flashing Signal
    • 39:4-119 Failure to Stop at Flashing Red Signal
    • 39:4-12. Position of hands and feet; carrying another pers
    • 39:4-120 Traffic Control Signal Devices.
    • 39:4-120.1. Official Traffic Control Signals
    • 39:4-120.10. Penalties
    • 39:4-120.11. Rules, Regulations
    • 39:4-120.2. Flashing Mechanism; Use by Municipalities
    • 39:4-120.3. Submission of Written Information to Commission
    • 39:4-120.5. Definitions
    • 39:4-120.6. Erection of Traffic Control Device by Owner Of
    • 39:4-120.7. Approval for Traffic Control Device
    • 39:4-120.8. Owners Responsibilities
    • 39:4-120.9 Motorists required to obey traffic control device
    • 39:4-120.9. Drivers Obedience
    • 39:4-121.Traffic Lights on State Roads in Suburban District
    • 39:4-122 Failure to Stop for Police Whistle
    • 39:4-123 Failure to Make Proper Right and Left Turns
    • 39:4-124 Improper Turn from Approved Turning Course
    • 39:4-125 Improper U-Turn
    • 39:4-126 Failure to Give Proper Signal
    • 39:4-127 Improper Backing or Turning in Street
    • 39:4-127.1 Improper Crossing at Railroad Grade
    • 39:4-127.2 Improper Crossing at Bridge
    • 39:4-128 Vehicles Required to Stop at Grade Crossings, Method of Crossing, Exceptions
    • 39:4-128.1 Passing a School Bus - Penalties
    • 39:4-128.4 Improper Passing of a Frozen Dessert Truck
    • 39:4-129(a) Leaving the scene of accident involving injury
    • 39:4-129(d) Leaving the scene of accident involving damage
    • 39:4-129, 39:4-130 Leaving Scene of Accident and Failure to Report, Car Accident
    • 39:4-130 Failure to Report Accident
    • 39:4-132 Failure of repairman to report damages
    • 39:4-135 Parking; direction and side of street; angle park
    • 39:4-137 Vehicle without driver; brakes set; motor stopp
    • 39:4-138 parking offenses
    • 39:4-14. Hitching on vehicles prohibited
    • 39:4-14.1 Rights, duties of bicycle riders
    • 39:4-14.10. Definitions, regulations; mobility device
    • 39:4-14.11 Noncompliance with electric device regulations
    • 39:4-14.12 Motorized scooter, prohibited from operation
    • 39:4-14.13 Violations, fines, seizure, community service.
    • 39:4-14.14 Operation of motorized scooters permitted
    • 39:4-14.15 Issuance of placard
    • 39:4-14.2. Keeping to right; exceptions; single file
    • 39:4-14.3 Regulations relative to motorized bicycles
    • 39:4-14.3a. Retail sales; conformance of bicycles
    • 39:4-14.3b. Violations; penalties
    • 39:4-14.3c. Rules and regulations
    • 39:4-14.3d. Operator only on bicycle
    • 39:4-14.3e. Compulsory liability insurance coverage
    • 39:4-14.3f. Accident reports
    • 39:4-14.3g. Operation by person under influence of liquor
    • 39:4-14.3h. Suspension of privilege; second violation
    • 39:4-14.3i. Registration; requirements; form and content
    • 39:4-14.3j. Form for sale of motorized bicycles
    • 39:4-14.3k. License plate
    • 39:4-14.3m. Display of license
    • 39:4-14.3n. Make and model numbers; certification
    • 39:4-14.3o. Nonresident motorized bicycle owners
    • 39:4-14.3p. Proof of ownership
    • 39:4-14.3q. Helmet
    • 39:4-14.3r. Dealer licensed as motor vehicle dealer
    • 39:4-14.3s. Rules and regulations
    • 39:4-14.3t. Violations; fine
    • 39:4-14.3u. Ownership acquired prior to effective date
    • 39:4-14.3v. Education program for safe operation; fund
    • 39:4-14.3v1. Educational program for safe operation
    • 39:4-14.3w. Appropriation of fees
    • 39:4-14.3x. Motorized bicycle operators subject to penalty
    • 39:4-14.4. Sale or rent of bicycle; reflective equipment
    • 39:4-14.4a. Helmet use; required display of statement
    • 39:4-14.5. Bicycle defined
    • 39:4-14.6. Inapplicability of act to persons
    • 39:4-14.7. Equipment; rules and regulations
    • 39:4-14.7a Rules, regulations; warning cards
    • 39:4-14.8. Violations; penalties
    • 39:4-14.9. Enforcement of act; jurisdiction of proceedings
    • 39:4-144 Failure to Observe Stop or Yield Signs
    • 39:4-145 Failure to Yield to a Line of Vehicles Entering Stop or Yield Intersection After Stopping
    • 39:4-15. Sleigh bells on horses attached to a sleigh
    • 39:4-16. Unattended horses; precautions used
    • 39:4-17. Unbitted horses
    • 39:4-18. Removing part of vehicle or harness
    • 39:4-183.1 Legal Authority
    • 39:4-183.1a Installation of Traffic Control Device, Sign By
    • 39:4-183.2. Signs Hereafter Erected
    • 39:4-183.22a. Construction Warning Signs
    • 39:4-183.29. Continuance of Rules and Regulations Promulgat
    • 39:4-183.3. Display of Unauthorized Traffic Signs
    • 39:4-183.30. Effect of Act on Offenses, Liabilities, Penalt
    • 39:4-183.4. Prohibited Signs Deemed a Nuisance; Action For
    • 39:4-183.6 Determination of Signage.
    • 39:4-183.9 Design of Traffic Signs.
    • 39:4-19. Obstructing sidewalk with tie rope, etc.
    • 39:4-2. Transfer of powers and duties of to director
    • 39:4-20. Hitching horses to pole, post, tree or hydrant
    • 39:4-203.5 Offenses in area of highway construction, repair
    • 39:4-21. Racing on highway prohibited; exception
    • 39:4-22. Reins held in hands
    • 39:4-23. Mistreatment of horse, violations
    • 39:4-24. Use of whip
    • 39:4-25. Lights on animal-drawn vehicles
    • 39:4-25.1. Rights and duties of animal riders or drivers
    • 39:4-26. Moving heavy machinery, apparatus, etc.
    • 39:4-27. Loading and operation of trailer; responsibility
    • 39:4-28. Height; overhead wires
    • 39:4-29. Time for moving along street railway tracks
    • 39:4-30. Exceptions to application of article; temporary
    • 39:4-32 Crossing roadway; signal.
    • 39:4-33. Use of designated crosswalk; keeping to right
    • 39:4-37.1 Right-of-way crossing intersection for blind pers
    • 39:4-38. Vehicles travelling upon street car route to give
    • 39:4-39. Distance to be kept behind street car
    • 39:4-40. Passing street car
    • 39:4-42. Action of motorman on collision
    • 39:4-49 Tampering with vehicle; fine
    • 39:4-50 Driving while intoxicated 3rd offense penalty
    • 39:4-50.15(b) Parent driving while intoxicated with child
    • 39:4-50.16 Ignition Interlock Devices
    • 39:4-50.17 Sentencing Drunk Driving Offenders
    • 39:4-50.19(b) Circumventing interlock device
    • 39:4-50.4a Revocation for Refusal to Submit to Breath Test
    • 39:4-50.4a Revocation for Refusal to Submit to Breath Test;
    • 39:4-51 Sentence for violation of 39:4-50; work release
    • 39:4-51a No consumption of alcoholic beverages in car
    • 39:4-51b. Prohibition of possession of open, unsealed alcoh
    • 39:4-53. Leaving vehicle with engine running prohibited; f
    • 39:4-54. Trailers; number permitted; towing methods
    • 39:4-56.8 removal of disabled motor vehicles by towing
    • 39:4-58 Driving vehicle with view to rear and sides obstruc
    • 39:4-59 Hitch-hiking Begging rides prohibited
    • 39:4-6 Duties of commissioner. 39:4-6
    • 39:4-63 Placing, throwing, or depositing injurious substance
    • 39:4-64 Throwing or dropping debris from a vehicle
    • 39:4-67 Obstructing passage of vehicles
    • 39:4-68 Doors of street car or autobus closed
    • 39:4-7 Directors hearings; subpoenas
    • 39:4-76 Driving overweight vehicle on interstate bridge
    • 39:4-77.1a Snow or ice falling off moving vehicle- noncommerc
    • 39:4-79. Backing to curb
    • 39:4-8 Commissioner of Transportations approval required
    • 39:4-8.1 Approval of handicapped parking spaces, signs
    • 39:4-8.10 Construction of speed humps, traffic measures
    • 39:4-8.11 Conformance of speed humps to DOT standards
    • 39:4-8.12 Traffic Control Systems Findings, Declarations
    • 39:4-8.13 Definitions relative to traffic control systems
    • 39:4-8.14 Five-year traffic signal pilot program
    • 39:4-8.15 Review of recorded images by law enforcement
    • 39:4-8.16 Rules, regulations
    • 39:4-8.17 Reports from municipalities
    • 39:4-8.18 Effective date, expiration date
    • 39:4-8.19 Request for review; fees, rules, regulations
    • 39:4-8.2 Definitions relative to traffic regulation
    • 39:4-8.20 Payment of fine; distribution
    • 39:4-8.21 Construction of curb extension, bulbout
    • 39:4-8.3 Regulation of traffic, parking, etc.
    • 39:4-8.4 Issuance of order
    • 39:4-8.5 Official permanent record of orders.
    • 39:4-8.6 Continuance, adoption of rules, regulations.
    • 39:4-8.7 Orders not considered rule, regulation
    • 39:4-8.8 Construction of act
    • 39:4-8.9 Definitions relative to speed humps
    • 39:4-80 Failure to obey directions of officer
    • 39:4-82 Failure to keep right
    • 39:4-82.1 Failure to drive on righthand roadway
    • 39:4-83 Failure to keep to right at intersection
    • 39:4-84 Failure to pass to right when proceeding in opposite
    • 39:4-85 Failure to pass to left when overtaking
    • 39:4-87.1 Failure to yield to bus
    • 39:4-88 Traffic on marked lanes aka unsafe lane change
    • 39:4-88 Failure to Observe Traffic Lanes unsafe lane change violation
    • 39:4-9.1. Exchange of information concerning violations
    • 39:4-90 Right of way at intersections
    • 39:4-92.1 Following fire department vehicle too closely back
    • 39:4-92.2 Procedure for motorist approaching stationary
    • 39:4-93. Processions
    • 39:4-97 Careless driving
    • 39:5-30 Suspension, Revocation of Registration, License Certificates
    • 39:5-31 Revocation of Drivers License by Director or Magistrate
    • 39:5-35 Return or Surrender of Suspended,revoked Driver
    • 39:5C-1 Racing or Making of Speed records
    • 39:5D-1 Moving Violation Out of State
    • 39:6B-2 Driving Without Insurance - Strict Liability and Substantial Penalties
    • 39:6B-1 Maintenance of Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Cov
    • 39:8-1 Motor vehicle inspections 39:8-1 Failure to inspect
    • 39:8-1 Motor Vehicle Inspections, Exceptions.
    • 39:8-4. Reinspection
    • 39:8-6. Display of Approval Certificate on Request
    • 39:8-62. No Operation in Violation of Standards Establis
    • 39:8-18 Affixing approval sticker without re-inspection or c
    • 39:8-48 Private agency affixes certificate without inspect
    • 39:9-2 Commercial driver exceeding maximum permitted on-duty
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      Kenneth Vercammens Law office represents individuals charged with criminal, drug offenses, and serious traffic violations throughout New Jersey. Our office helps people with traffic/ municipal court tickets including drivers charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Refusal and Driving While Suspended.

      Kenneth Vercammen was the NJ State Bar Municipal Court Attorney of the Year and past president of the Middlesex County Municipal Prosecutors Association.

      Criminal and Motor vehicle violations can cost you. You will have to pay fines in court or receive points on your drivers license. An accumulation of too many points, or certain moving violations may require you to pay expensive surcharges to the N.J. DMV [Division of Motor Vehicles] or have your license suspended. Dont give up! The Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen can provide experienced attorney representation for criminal motor vehicle violations.

      When your job or drivers license is in jeopardy or you are facing thousands of dollars in fines, DMV surcharges and car insurance increases, you need excellent legal representation. The least expensive attorney is not always the answer. Schedule an appointment if you need experienced legal representation in a traffic/municipal court matter.

      Our website provides information on traffic offenses we can be retained to represent people. Our website also provides details on jail terms for traffic violations and car insurance eligibility points. Car insurance companies increase rates or drop customers based on moving violations.

      Contact the Law Office of
      Kenneth Vercammen & Associates, P.C.
      at 732-572-0500
      for an appointment.

      The Law Office cannot provide legal advice or answer legal questions over the phone or by email. Please call the Law office and schedule a confidential "in office" consultation. The Law Office now accepts payment by American Express, Visa and Master Card.

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