Many of our clients ask whether out-of-state driving tickets will transfer to Pennsylvania. In fact, when we are representing clients in New Jersey courts for traffic tickets, many attorneys and prosecutors routinely ask us whether NJ traffic offenses and points transfer to PA. The short answer is: it depends. Pennsylvania and 45 other states are […]
If you are convicted or plead guilty to a Pennsylvania DUI, the Clerk of Courts of the county where you have been convicted is required to send notice of the conviction to PennDot. PennDot will then send you a notice by mail informing you that your Pennsylvania Driver’s license will be suspended on a certain
Many individuals have heard a variety of different answers regarding whether jaywalking is legal or illegal in New Jersey, quite often stemming from nothing more than personal opinion. Truthfully, it is important that everyone living in Trenton or the surrounding areas understand the jaywalking laws in New Jersey. Before you cross the street away from
Most refer to jaywalking as illegally crossing a street. The state of Pennsylvania doesn’t officially use the term ‘jaywalking,’ but does enforce pedestrian safety laws that cover illegally crossing a street and more. Violations could result in citations. Types of Pedestrian Violations: Traffic Signals According to state law, pedestrians must obey all traffic control signals.