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N.J.S.A. 39:4-120.9. Driver’s Obedience

The New Jersey traffic statute outlining the offense of driver’s obedience provides:

The driver of a motor vehicle shall observe and obey an official traffic control device erected at a public-private intersection in the same manner as those erected at any other intersection.

Convictions and guilty pleas under this statute carry 0 points and a fine. With an experienced traffic lawyer on your side, it may be possible to negotiate a plea deal where a original points-offense is downgraded to a charge of driver’s obedience. If you have any questions about your traffic ticket, or would like to speak with a New Jersey traffic lawyer about your options, contact The Reinartz Law Firm.