Traffic Law

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Overview

Traffic law violations an include infractions to misdemeanors. These issues can impact your driver’s license and insurance.

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Motor Vehicle Law

Cases we handle

DUI/DWI (Driving Under the Influence or While Intoxicated

This type of incidence can have serious ramifications. The minimum punishment will usually mean losing your license for one year and performing some level of community service. If you have prior offenses, you risk having your license revoked. You could potentially spend up to 3 years in prison and be fined up to $10,000. 

There are many considerations to be made. A strong legal counsel will protect your fundamental rights. Blood alcohol beyond 0.08 will exceed the legal limit but may come from a tainted test or after an improper vehicle stop. A good lawyer can examine your case for any errors using such information to obtain dismissals, acquittals or favorable plea agreements for clients.

Don’t take your chances handling it on your own. We will help you navigate the situation and pursue together a desirable outcome.

Speeding tickets

Any speed over the limit can potentially lead to a ticket. Any conviction could lead to fines and increased insurance premiums. Losing your license is possible if you are a repeat offender. We will work to ensure accurate recollections and offer appropriate defenses .

Driving while license revoked (DWLR)

A first time violator of driving during a period of suspension will result in a license suspension for a year. The second time could be two years. And the third time may result in losing your license indefinitely.

Reckless Driving

If you are driving more than 15 mph over the posted limit, you are subject to a reckless driving charge. This could lead to a $1000 fine and incarceration, requiring the help of a knowledgeable attorney.

No Operators License (NOL)

License Restoration

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Changing lanes without signaling

Running a stop sign or red light

Failure to wear a seatbelt