Traffic Ticket & Offense Lawyer
Making the decision to drive a vehicle is a big responsibility. There are many “rules of the road” that drivers are expected to follow, and the punishments for failing to do so can be quite harsh, indeed. This is true even if you are facing your first offense. All too many individuals seem to believe that they have nothing to worry about if they are facing their first traffic offense charge. This is not the case! Whether you are looking at your very first traffic offense or are facing your second or third infractions, you could benefit from the experience that a traffic attorney can provide.
The Law Firm of Dan Florey is pleased to offer all of his clients the expertise and attention to detail that his 20 over years worth of practical law and traffic offense experience has given him. When you make the decision to seek help from Daniel J. Florey, you’re opting to invest in a traffic offenses attorney that understands the complexities and quirks of the legal system and can use all of that knowledge and ability to help ensure that you receive the very best outcome possible for your case. It is important to seek professional advice!
Traffic Offenses Attorney
Some individuals write off traffic offenses as something other than extremely serious, but this is a mistake. If convicted of a traffic offense, your life could change dramatically. Facing a license suspension or revocation could prove detrimental to your future, especially if you were hoping to drive vehicles as part of your career. Additionally, traffic law can be confusing – you might not even realize that rather innocuous actions, for example, are actually quite detrimental to your driving record.
When we get a ticket, our initial response might be to just pay it online or through the mail and just be done with it. Doing this, however, is the equivalent of pleading guilty and can even lead to a higher chance of being convicted of your charges. And, as a result, your driving record will be negatively impacted by receiving “points” on it that can also add up to increase your insurance premiums.
There are a number of traffic offenses that could land you in hot water with the legal system.
Seat belt violations
Texting and driving
Red light cameras (automated traffic violations)
Failure to appear for traffic citation
Construction zone tickets
Traffic accidents or other safety responsibility violations
Driving on a revoked or suspended license
Driving while under the influence (DUI)
Driving without insurance
Any of these violations could impact your daily life as well as your ability to drive, and could amass expensive fines and result in time away from work if you have to appear in court. The best option available is to hire an experienced attorney to attempt to plead them down.
Driver's License Revocation & Suspension Lawyer
If you end up with enough traffic violations or are charged with specific certain violations (DUIs, for example), you could eventually lose your license either temporarily or permanently. Losing your license for a set amount of time is known as a license suspension while losing your license indefinitely is known as a license revocation. If your license is suspended or revoked, your only option is to seek leniency from the Secretary of State. It is far better to avoid losing them in the first place, and the best way to ensure that is by seeking the help of an experienced traffic offense lawyer.
Contact an experienced Traffic Ticket & Offense attorney today!
If you are facing traffic offense charges, you owe it to yourself to reach out to an experienced attorney today! They can help ensure that you do not end up sacrificing your future over a defendable mistake. Take the time to contact The Law Firm of Dan Florey today and ask how he can help represent you and uphold your rights. He even offers free consultations, so you can call without worrying about spending money just to have your case considered by a competent lawyer. Contact him today for more information!