Criminal Traffic Offenses

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

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.