When you are pulled over and receive a traffic ticket, or charged with a traffic offense, you are potentially facing a number of consequences. You may be facing fines, losing your driver's license, receiving a traffic conviction on your record, points on your license going to the DMV, jail time, loss of employment, or other collateral consequences pertinent to your personal needs. Points going on your record may impact your ability to drive to work, or individuals who are commercial driver's license holders.
Traffic tickets can include (but are not limited to): Careless driving, reckless driving, speeding, no insurance, no registration, failure to yield, and more.
Having an attorney who knows how to help guide you through this process and has this experience is important to get you back on the road safely.