Traffic tickets seem as inevitable as death and taxes. Sometimes, it’s as simple as paying a fine and moving on. Sometimes, even a ticket that feels routine or minor can have a major impact on your driving privilege.
Any traffic ticket has possible consequences in two different areas. Court consequences can range from fines to restitution to house arrest. Administrative consequences through the Department of Revenue can take the form of points, or of driver’s license suspension. Prosecutors and judges do not control and cannot advise you about the driver’s license consequences of your ticket or of any reduced charge that the prosecutor may offer you to resolve your case.
We take pride in our high level of experience with traffic related charges. We understand that your driving privilege is enormously important to your ability to make a living and to go about your everyday life. We can make sure that you get the best possible outcome in court, that will have the least inconvenient impact on your driver’s license.