Traffic violations are among the least-contested criminal acts in the country. Most people simply receive the summons, pay the ticket, attend a court session if the offense requires it and go on their way. However traffic violations are still crimes and paying a traffic fine amounts to pleading guilty to that crime. The consequences can impact your life just as any criminal conviction would. If you face criminal charges for a traffic violation in the state of Maryland, you owe it to yourself to at least investigate your legal options. Contact the Silver Spring traffic violation lawyers at DuBoff & Associates, Chartered today.
Common traffic violations in Maryland
Pleading guilty to any traffic violation can drive your insurance rates upward, lead to the loss of your license and severely impact your career if it involves driving. Some traffic offenses can result in jail time.
How our Montgomery and Prince George’s County traffic violation attorneys can help
Sometimes, police write tickets or summonses improperly. Or else there are obvious inconsistencies between the police report and the way the officer describes what happened. In some instances, the police officer fails to appear in court to defend the ticket.
In most cases, however, the police follow all necessary procedures, meaning it will require more effort on your part to defeat your charges. For more serious traffic violations, your case may require a full investigation by an attorney to gather evidence, interview witnesses and try to find holes in the prosecution. At DuBoff & Associates, Chartered, we have more than 50 years of combined experience as criminal defense attorneys in the state of Maryland and can help you fight any criminal charge, including incarcerable traffic offenses.
Montgomery and Prince George’s County traffic violation lawyers working on your behalf
At DuBoff & Associates, Chartered, we realize there are some traffic violations worth fighting. We also defend clients against a range of criminal charges, including theft crimes and criminal domestic offenses. We handle cases in California, Washington, D.C. and Maryland, including Bethesda, Bowie, Rockville, Germantown, Easton and Laurel. Contact us today online or at 301.495.3131 to arrange a consultation.
Home and hospital visits are available to our seriously injured clients who are unable to make it to our office and we offer evening and weekend appointments when necessary. We are pleased to offer free initial consultations in certain cases.