I got a speeding ticket last month. If you are a lawyer in New Jersey, you probably knew that because I am pretty sure you sent a solicitation asking to represent me.

I know that our Supreme Court has approved these advertisements, but that just tells me none of the justices ever got a traffic summons. Once you receive a dozen or so of these letters, you realize why some people hate lawyers. And seriously, doesn’t everyone get offered the same deal? Pay a huge fine and avoid insurance points. The script currently read by many municipal judges now includes the “special” deal that my team of 12 lawyers cannot promise me in their letters but, for a small fee, can make happen. Wink wink.

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