All sorts of moving and non-moving violations exist. This includes speeding, running through a traffic light, not coming to a complete stop, jaywalking, double parking, and the list goes on and on. Police officers will often ticket when they see these violations take place. If you have gotten a citation, it’s important to know your rights. Before you pay the fine and take the points on your license, you need to understand that it is possible to fight it in court. This can help to save you money and ensure that you don’t get points (or additional points) on your license. At the law office of Edersy Suarez, we look forward to being able to help you with this situation. This way, you can get back out on the road without being worried about what is going to happen to you next.
What You Can Do To Fight The Ticket(s)
The moment you get one of the violations, you will want to seek legal representation. This gives you the opportunity to fight the violation. Maybe you were completely innocent and did not commit the violation that they are telling you that you did. Maybe you did commit it, but the penalty is considerably higher than you expected. Either way, with the help of a knowledgeable lawyer, you can navigate through the various laws and it may be possible to come out on top. The only way to know for sure is to seek the representation. We have helped a number of clients with their moving and non-moving violations in the past. When you want to learn more about how we can help, contact us today.