Do Not Just Pay Your Traffic Tickets – Fight Them
The penalties for traffic violations have recently become more severe. People may be facing consequences that they will not believe are a possibility for something they consider as simple as a traffic ticket. For example:
- If you are ticketed for driving more than 35 miles per hour over the speed limit, you will be facing up to 364 days in jail for aggravated class A misdemeanor speeding.
- If a driver under 21 years of age receives two tickets within a two-year period, he or she will face a suspension of his or her driving privileges and being dropped from his or her insurance.
Such increased penalties mean that the smartest choice you can make is to fight your traffic violations. Winning your case or having the violation reduced is the best way to ensure that you are able to avoid these difficult penalties.
The Penalties For Traffic Violations Are Too Severe To Not Fight
In reality, traffic violations have always carried steeper consequences than most people realize. As traffic violations are cumulative toward your driver’s license, you will face ever-increasing penalties as well as insurance costs that you will have to deal with for years. Also, with each violation you get closer to having your driving privileges suspended. The only way to prevent those outcomes is to fight every traffic violation as you face them.
The Police Work 24 Hours A Day – So Do We
At Richard F. Blass & Associates LLC., our firm approaches the defense of traffic violations like we do all criminal charges – by examining every possible means to deliver the best possible result to our clients. With more than 70 years of combined experience, we know how to effectively defend our clients against traffic violations. Our attorneys bring experience as former prosecutors and as police that we rely on to help us build the strongest possible case for our clients. Let us help you protect your driver’s license and avoid the costs of years’ worth of increased insurance premiums that are likely to follow.