Know Your Rights When Faced With Moving Violations And License Suspension
A traffic violation can carry lasting penalties including license suspension, insurance premium increases, and significant fines. When you are charged with a traffic violation such as speeding, reckless driving, or other violation such as expired inspection or registration, you want to be certain that your rights are effectively asserted in court. At Thomas & Thomas Attorneys At Law, our lawyers are skilled in the investigation of traffic violation citations and will work to see yours dismissed or the potential consequences reduced.
It is important to contact us before you enter into any kind of plea. Even a minor traffic violation can carry long-lasting penalties. For traffic violations, you have to plead guilty or not guilty within 10 days – so there is no time to waste. Contact us for a free consultation by calling . We can often help mitigate or reduce associated traffic penalties, particularly if you have a CDL.
A Thorough Defense That Keeps You Informed At All Times
We can explain the possible consequences of the various violations and represent those charged with traffic offenses throughout the resolution of the matter, taking some of the mystery out of the process and increasing the chances of the least serious outcome.
We Defend Against All Traffic Violations Throughout Pennsylvania
Regardless of the charges against you or where in Pennsylvania they occurred, we can help. We help clients defend against:
- Speeding tickets
- Driving under suspension
- License revocation
- Drunk driving charges
- Underage drinking and driving
- Moving violations
- Reckless driving
- Red light violations
- School bus passing violations
- Stop sign violations
- Vehicular homicide
License Suspension And Appeals
In Pennsylvania, you have the right to appeal a license suspension within 30 days. At Thomas & Thomas Attorneys At Law, we know how to help you file a motion for supersedeas appeal, which may be able to get you back your driving privileges until your case is resolved. Contact us for more details and next steps at .
Traffic Misdemeanors And Felonies
Almost every traffic violation becomes a misdemeanor or felony if it involves injury to a person or destruction of property. A person who changes lanes without signaling and hits another car can be charged with the misdemeanor crime of reckless driving or even vehicular homicide if the lane changer was attempting to inflict serious bodily injury and the other driver is killed.
In addition, some traffic offenses are legally defined as misdemeanors or felonies, such as driving with a revoked license and leaving the scene of an accident. A person accused of these more serious traffic offenses is entitled to all criminal procedures, including the right to a court-appointed attorney and a jury trial.
Speak To A Traffic Violations Lawyer Today
Our attorneys will contest the charges against you and seek a decrease in points, reduction of fines, and in many cases we are able to obtain a dismissal of the citation. When your case matters, talk to an attorney you can trust. Contact Thomas & Thomas Attorneys At Law at our Easton, Pennsylvania office to schedule your free consultation or case evaluation with our experienced lawyers. Same day appointments are often available. Call us at .