A traffic violation can be as minor as improper lane usage. On the other hand it could be as serious as aggravated speeding, driving with a suspended or revoked license, or leaving the scene of an accident. By law, many traffic infractions are considered criminal offenses because they put people in danger.
Don't Wait To Take Action
If you were recently cited for a traffic violation such as speeding, it's important that you take legal action as soon as possible. While one traffic infraction may not seem like a big deal, if you're found guilty of committing such a violation, you may face monetary fines and in some cases, jail time. Additionally, 3 convictions for moving violations will result in the suspension of your drivers license. And if you are a CDL driver, 2 convictions for serious offenses in 3 years will result in the suspension of your drivers license. Furthermore the payment of moving violations by mail will normally result in a conviction that you could avoid by contacting an attorney.
Martin Doorhy represents individuals facing traffic violations and welcomes the opportunity to speak with you about your charges. Even though you may think that you're dealing with a simple infraction, the reality is that you're being accused of breaking the law. You should therefore do everything you can to protect yourself from tough legal penalties, and the first step includes obtaining representation from an attorney.
What if Your License is Revoked?
Many drivers for various reasons, have had their licensing privileges removed. If you need a permit or are attempting to reinstate your license, Martin Doorhy has participated in more than 300 Secretary of State license reinstatement hearings.
If you're ready to become informed of your legal options following a traffic violation, call today to set up a consultation.