Traffic Offenses

Traffic offenses are commonly thought of as "traffic tickets," and this tends to imply that they are of minimal concern. While this may be true in some circumstances, it is not true in all circumstances. If a person accumulates too many "points" from a series of minor traffic tickets, he or she may lose his or her privilege to drive. In addition, convictions for certain major traffic offenses can also cause one to lose his or her privilege to drive. Whether minor or major, all traffic charges are criminal offenses. As such, any person who is charged with a traffic offense is entitled to the rights afforded to any criminally accused person, including the right to remain silent, the presumption of innocence, and the right to require the prosecution to prove the charge beyond a reasonable doubt.

Areas of Criminal Representation

Click on any of the links provided below for more information on that criminal offense.

Felony
Traffic Charges

Misdemeanor
Traffic Charges

Petty
Traffic Charges

Vehicular Assault
Vehicular Homicide
Careless Driving Resulting in Death
Careless Driving Resulting in Injury
Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs (DUI/DUI-D)
Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI)
Driver's License Hearings
Traffic Tickets

 

 

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