Traffic Ticket Defense
Traffic Ticket Defense Attorney
Traffic violations — from DUI to seat belt violations — can threaten your driver's license, result in heavy fines, raise your insurance rates, send you to mandatory classes or community service, and even affect your freedom. Talk to a traffic violations lawyer about your tickets.
It is possible to receive court supervision on two moving violation tickets in a 12-month period. Pleading guilty to a third ticket may cause you to have a conviction on your record. If you are over 21 years old, three convictions received in a 12 month period will result in a suspended license. By contacting a traffic tickets lawyer early on, you may be able to avoid a conviction, thereby avoiding a loss of driving privileges.
If you are under 21, only two convictions for moving violations in a 24-month period will result in a suspended license.
If you have received a notice of license suspension, act quickly. Contact our traffic violations lawyers immediately. It may be possible to undo the damage if you act immediately even after the suspension takes effect.
The biggest mistake you may make is just paying the fine by mail. Call us first. If it seems appropriate for you to mail in your plea of guilty and pay the fine, we will tell you.
If you have a moving violation ticket — and especially if you have received two — protect your license by contacting us, experienced felony and misdemeanor traffic attorneys, for a free consultation.
- Speeding ticket
- Running a red light
- Running a stop sign
- Failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident
- Leaving the scene of an accident with property damage
- Improper lane usage
- Camera generated tickets
- Reckless driving
- Driving with expired license plates or registration
- Driving with a suspended license
- Driving with a revoked license
- Driving without insurance (or without proof of insurance)
- Seat belt violations
- Construction zone speeding
- DUI Drunk Driving
Do you have unpaid traffic tickets? Contact New York Lawyers Team now to avoid arrest, additional fines, or license suspension.