Wall Township Police and New Jersey State Police issue a great amount of traffic and speeding tickets in the township. These include summons for Drunk Driving, DWI. It is not uncommon for Wall and State Troopers to issue 10 speeding tickets a day. If you have received a traffic or speeding ticket in Wall, it is very important that you not simply pay the ticket and mail it in. Instead, call an attorney familiar with the court to find out what the best way is to resolve the situation.
Wall Municipal Court holds court on Tuesday and Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Speeding is the number one cause of car accidents in the State of New Jersey. Police across the State have therefore been under increased pressure to crack down on speeders. Wall Township lies at the intersection of several major roads and highways. These include the Garden State Parkway, Route 34, Route 35, I-195 and Route 18.
Common moving violations in Wall include improper passing, which carries 4 points, speeding, which can range from 2-5 points, passing a school bus, carries 5 points and mandatory community service, unsafe lane change, two points and Driving Under the Influence.
The Judge in Wall court is the The Honorable E. Thomas Brennan, J.M.C. The prosecutor is John Lane, Esq. The court is located at 2700 Allaire Road, Wall Twp. If you are issued a ticket in Wall Township you ticket will state what day you must pay the ticket or contact the Wall Court to plead not guilty. Call before then to discuss your rights and possible defenses. It may be possible to get your ticket reduced, even to zero points. You also have the right to take your case to trial, where the state will have to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.