Helping Drivers Fight Traffic Offenses
A seemingly harmless traffic ticket can quickly result in significant ramifications. Maryland applies a point system for every traffic offense ranging from speeding to drunk driving 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. You do not want to be in this situation because getting your driving privileges restored is an expensive process.
At The Law Offices of Richard B. Rosenblatt, PC, we understand the domino effect traffic violations can have. Failing to take prompt action can ultimately threaten motorists’ driving privileges. We provide the strong criminal defense motorists in Rockville and the surrounding communities of Montgomery County, Prince George’s County and Frederick County need to protect their freedom and their future.
Protecting Your Driving Privileges
For those who receive a citation for speeding or another traffic violation, a skilled lawyer can help reduce the consequences of the infraction. Our attorneys have years of combined legal experience. We collaborate to help drivers achieve a favorable outcome to a broad range of misdemeanor and felony traffic offenses, including:
- Drunk driving offenses, including DUIs, DWIs and DUI-drugs
- Speeding violations
- Hit-and-run accidents
- Reckless driving
- Failure to stop for a school bus
- Driving without insurance
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license
- Leaving the scene of an accident
- Attempting to elude an officer
- Red light cameras
These types of offenses can quickly add up and put your driver’s license in jeopardy. Offenses are assigned points that will go on your driving record. If you get eight to 11 points, your license will be suspended. If you get 12 or more points, your license will be revoked. In addition to losing your license, the result may be steep fines and fees, as well as jail time.
We always seek to minimize the impact a driver’s license suspension or revocation has on your life. Our law firm will work with you to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed. Additionally, we always look for an outcome that lessens your fines, keeps you out of jail and prevents your insurance rates from skyrocketing.
If you receive a notice of suspension or revocation, you can fight back by requesting a hearing. We can represent you at this hearing before the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH). You only have 15 days from receipt of the notice to request a hearing, so do not delay.
Speak With Our Attorneys About Your Case
If you are facing charges of speeding, reckless driving or another traffic offense, contact us today for a free consultation. You can contact our attorneys online or call 301-637-0402 or toll-free 866-930-0413.