THE DUI BLOG
Honest Ways to Beat a Ticket Honest, Reliable, Traffic Law Here at the Law Offices of Jason C. Pollock, P.C., we represent hundreds of clients facing traffic offenses in both municipal and superior courts throughout New Jersey every year. Jason Pollock prides himself as being one of the most professional and reliable traffic lawyers in Camden County and the surrounding areas. Traffic tickets are a nuisance, as are the fines and penalties associated with them. That’s why we’ve created this post, sharing tips on how to safely avoid a traffic ticket.
Many New Jersey residents fail to realize how serious traffic violations can be. Often, people assume that their traffic violations will only result in fines, a suspended license or point on their license. But in reality, there is a wide range of traffic violations that can leave motorists facing jail time.
Driving under the influence is a very serious crime, one that can even land you behind bars. Every day, people lose their lives due to driving under the influence or being involved in an accident due to drunk driving. At The Law Offices of Jason C. Pollack, P.C., a leading DUI defense lawyer in Camden County, we have proudly represented those who have been arrested and/or charged with a form of driving under the influence in New Jersey.
On Nov. 6, Jason C. Pollack, P.C. held a DUI/DWI Seminar for New Jersey legal professionals. This program was approved by the Board of Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey. In this seminar, Mr. Pollack introduced attendees to current events that could affect the DUI/DWI field and change how legal professionals successfully defend their clients. Mr. Pollack is a trusted DUI attorney in the Gloucester County area and beyond. He has been recognized for his work in the field of DUI/DWI by numerous organizations, including Manta and AVVO. He has also appeared on CBS Philadelphia TV.
In New Jersey, drivers are found guilty for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) based on the Drug Recognition Evaluation (DRE) system. But how reliable