Rockville Attorneys Helping You Fight Traffic Offenses

At The Law Offices of Richard B. Rosenblatt, PC, we represent motorists in Rockville, Maryland, and surrounding communities of Montgomery County facing the threat of losing their driving privileges. A seemingly harmless traffic ticket can result in significant ramifications.

Maryland applies a point system for every traffic offense ranging from parking violations to speeding tickets. Traffic tickets can add up to substantial points against your driving record. Once you accumulate too many, your driver's license could be suspended or revoked. At The Law Offices of Richard B. Rosenblatt, PC, we understand the domino effect traffic violations can have, threatening motorists' driving privileges. Contact our firm's Rockville, Maryland, traffic violations attorney and learn how we can help keep your driving record clean.

Protecting Your Driving Privileges

If you are accused of speeding or another traffic violation, a skilled criminal defense lawyer can still help you reduce the consequences of your infraction. Our law firm's founding attorney, Richard B. Rosenblatt, offers more than 20 years of experience preserving motorists' driving privileges when they are accused of:

  • DUI/DWI offenses
  • Speeding violations
  • Hit-and-run accidents
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving without insurance
  • Driving with a suspended or revoked license

Our law firm will work with you to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed, while seeking to lessen your fines, keep you out of jail and keep your insurance rates from skyrocketing. We are committed to minimizing the impact a driver's license suspension or revocation has on your life.

Speeding Ticket Defense Attorney Serving Gaithersburg, Montgomery and Prince George's County

If you are accused of speeding, reckless driving or another traffic offense, contact The Law Offices of Richard B. Rosenblatt, PC, today online or call 301.637.0402 for a free initial consultation. We are committed to protecting motorists' driving privileges in Montgomery County, Prince George's County and Frederick County and throughout Maryland.