Traffic Citation Defense
The blue lights are flashing, and you’ve been issued with a traffic citation. Your first instinct might be to plead guilty and make it all go away. But before you rush out to pay that ticket, stop and think.
Paying the fine for a traffic citation equals admitting guilt. You may receive points on your license, or end up with a rise in your insurance premium. Even worse, you may have your license suspended. Another possible outcome is that you’re labeled a habitual traffic offender by the DMV and have your license revoked for 5 years. And did you know? An admission of guilt can be used against you in a civil trial.
What is license suspension and revocation?
Suspension is having your license taken away for a period before it is returned to you. Revocation is more severe as it is when your license is voided, and your license it terminated indefinitely or for a specific amount of time.
Time to call
When you need a traffic citation attorney, we will defend you all the way. Avoid the consequences of increased insurance or a potential loss of your license. Let Michael and his team talk you through your options in a free phone consultation.