Criminal Traffic Offenses

Common criminal traffic offenses that you shouldn't go to court without a lawyer include the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI, DWI, OUI, OWI, OUIL, OUIN)
  • Operating While Intoxicated
  • Driving while license suspended, revoked, or denied (DWLS)
  • Open Intoxicants in a Motor Vehicle
  • No Insurance on Vehicle
  • No Operator's License on Person
  • Failure to Stop at Scene of an Accident
  • Failure to Stop at Scene of an Accident Causing Serious Impairment or Death
  • Reckless Driving
  • Reckless Driving Causing Serious Impairment or Death
  • Fleeing and Eluding
  • Unlawfully Driving Away an Automobile (UDAA)
  • Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle
  • Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident

    Non-criminal related traffic offenses (Civil Infractions)

    We have had much success in reaching resolutions that include zero points or a significant reduction in points. instances we have Non-criminal traffic (civil infractions) offenses include the following:

    • Speeding;
    • Limited Access Speed Violation;
    • Disregard Traffic Control Device;
    • Failure to Signal;
    • Improper U-turn;
    • Careless Driving;
    • Passing on Shoulder;
    • Failure to Stop Assured Clear Distance;
    • Improper Lane Usage;
    • Obstructed Vision;
    • Failure to Yield;
    • Defective Equipment;
    • PBT Refusal;
    • Drag Racing;
    • No Turn on Red;
    • Follow Too Closely (tailgating)

    It is important to contact us promptly upon receiving a traffic ticket. If it's not addressed timely you may be defaulted in which case your driving privileges could be suspended and you may be subject to a bench warrant and reinstatement fees. Once a ticket does fall into default it can be difficult to get it set aside, but there does exist options if you run past the timeline.