Fort Lee Toll Evasion Attorneys

Have you been charged with toll evasion?

Have you been stopped by the Port Authority Police and charged with theft of service and violation of New Jersey Statute 2C:20-8a, a disorderly person’s offense.

If you have been charged by the Port Authority Police with evading a toll you should contact Marc E. Leibman, Esq. to represent you in Fort Lee Municipal Court.

Mr. Leibman has many years of experience representing Defendants in Municipal Courts throughout New Jersey. With his office in Fort Lee, New Jersey, Mr. Leibman is close by enough to provide you with prompt service.

Being charged with a disorderly person’s offense can have serious long time consequences. A conviction can result in up to six (6) months in jail and fines as high as $1,000.00.

There are defenses to these cases. There is no reason for you to just plead guilty and hope for the best. Hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to protect your rights.

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