Traffic Offenses

If you’ve been charged with a criminal offense, such as: Driving While License Suspended or Revoked (DWLSR), Reckless Driving, Racing on a Highway, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, driving with No Valid Driver’s License or Violation of a Driver’s License Restriction, such as a Business Permit Only (BPO) license, then you are going to need an attorney that has experience in both traffic and criminal court.

Civil infractions are not to be taken lightly. Points may be assessed for all moving violations which can lead to your license being suspended. When you pay your traffic ticket, it is an automatic admission of guilt and you will receive an adjudication on your driving record. Paying your traffic ticket can also lead to your insurance company raising your auto insurance rates.