Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Other Traffic Violations
If you were charged with driving under the influence, driving while intoxicated, or any traffic violations such as speeding, reckless driving, violation of traffic signals, or any other traffic violations, our lawyers can help.Driving Under the Influence
Many people assume that most of these violations are simply a fine they need to pay with no repercussions. That is not true. A DUI has many repercussions including:
- Over $10,000 in fines in most cases
- Will stay on your record
- Can stop you from being able to get certain jobs
- Can cost you your driver’s license
- Can cost you your ability to get to work and provide for yourself and your family.
Did the police officer have a reasonable suspicion for pulling you over? Was the breath test properly calibrated before it was administered? Did probable cause exist for this arrest? Did the police ask questions of you when you were in custody? Was the person who administered the breath or blood test properly certified? Were these tests given within 2 hours of you being stopped? Is there a video that needs to be reviewed by experienced counsel? These are just a few questions that can be asked to find out if your rights were violated.Traffic Violations
Traffic violations often come with “points” on your license that can lead to license suspension, higher car insurance premiums (or being denied or dropped from your insurance carrier altogether) and other repercussions that can last for years.
Some of the violations we can help you with include:
- Speeding tickets
- Cell phone tickets
- Reckless driving tickets
- Red light tickets
- Stop sign tickets
- And any other traffic violations you might receive.
Many traffic stops and DUI check points are done in violation of your rights. Our experienced lawyers may be able to get your charged reduced or dismissed altogether.
Give our office a call at (800) 518-4LAW (4529) or fill out our contact form to speak to our office about how we can help you. There is no charge for the initial consultation and there is no obligation for contacting us so we can tell you what your rights are and how we can help.