The penalties for speeding vary from state to state, usually based on how fast you were going at the time you were stopped. If you are ticketed for speeding in your home state, you know what to expect. Unfortunately, if you are from out of state, and receive a speeding ticket in NJ, you could be in for a nasty surprise when you get home. This is because your home state will reciprocate the penalty based on its own laws, and not those of the state in which the ticket was issued.

The problem comes in with people from New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, who get a speeding ticket while passing through New Jersey. They don't know what to expect from their home state after pleading guilty or being found guilty. What makes it worse, it can depend on the state.  Get the details here about how PA, Delaware, and NY deal with New Jersey speeding tickets.
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Bankruptcy, Collections, Student Loan, DUI and Traffic Court attorney in Woodbury, NJ.