Can Traffic Violations Result In License Suspension?

Traffic violations include violations associated with speed limits and/or traffic signal laws, as well as careless and reckless driving statutes. And although many traffic violations are referred to as summary offenses which will result in points and fines, there are many traffic-related offenses that are categorized as misdemeanors and felonies. In these instances, courts may impose significant fines, loss of driving privileges and even imprisonment.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a traffic-related offense — summary, misdemeanor or felony — you are entitled to all of the constitutional protections provided to criminal defendants. You need an attorney who will protect your rights and ensure that you receive a vigorous and effective defense.

Likewise, if you are facing a PennDOT proceeding to suspend or revoke your driver's license, you need quality legal representation. Our skilled attorneys have extensive experience in defending traffic violation cases and license suspensions and will evaluate all aspects of your case, explain all options available to you and work with you to ensure the best possible outcome for your case.

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