At one point or another, many of us will receive a traffic ticket. Whether it’s the result of using poor judgment or making a simple mistake, a split decision can result in more than just a large fine.
You may think to yourself that simply paying off the fine and just moving on would be much easier and less of a hassle, but keep in mind that license suspension and skyrocketing insurance rates are just some of the other penalties that may go along with receiving a traffic ticket.
Many law enforcement officers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will look any reason they can to issue citations in order to meet their quota. If you received a ticket in Pennsylvania, it is vital to let our lawyers handle the situation for you.
Have you received a traffic ticket? No worries, simply contact our Pennsylvania traffic ticket lawyers today. As humans, we all make mistakes, and sometimes those mistake may violate criminal law. It is even worse when an individual is falsely accused of a crime that they did not commit. It is vital for anyone charged with a crime to contact our Harrisburg & York PA criminal defense attorneys at Coover & Associates Law Offices to ensure the best possible outcome. Some minor offenses may even be dismissed for first time offenders through accelerated rehabilitative disposition (ARD). Contact a Pennsylvania criminal law attorney today. Please call Toll Free: 1-866-596-9384 / 1-866-59-MY-DUI.
Examples of traffic offenses in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that our lawyers handle include:
- Drunk driving – DUI
- Hit and run
- Fleeing and alluding
- Running a stop sign
- Running a red light
- Reckless driving
- Road rage
In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, many consequences of traffic citations are based upon a points system. For example, driving under the influence may result in a driver’s license suspension, but a combination of different minor violations such as running a stop sign or speeding can also result in a driver’s license suspension depending upon the amount of points that have accumulated.
The act of simply paying the fine associated with a traffic ticket is like an admission of guilt for that incident and the points are applied to your driver’s license. The type of traffic offense will determine exactly how many points that may receive by deciding to just pay off the citation. Usually, the act of being found guilty of just one traffic ticket can result in the application of 2-5 points to your driver’s license. And, six points or more may result in a driver’s license suspension or a requirement to attend traffic school.
Many individuals across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania depend upon the ability to drive to work. Whether it’s making simple deliveries around town or using commercial vehicles to travel throughout the state, accumulating a certain number of points from traffic violations can result in losing your employment should your driver’s license be suspended or revoked. Other major offenses have the potential to result in a sentence to time in jail. Don’t risk being faced with these consequences. Let our lawyers handle your traffic ticket.