When you are pulled over and given a ticket of cited with any type of traffic violation, you may be under the impression that your only option is to pay the fine. Regardless of the amount which is due, if you pay your traffic ticket, paying the fine is considered pleading guilty. Instead, consider speaking with a Marysville traffic violation attorney who can work with you to get the charge reduced or dropped. Our criminal defense team at the Law Office of Richard W. Schaaf, P.L.C. is well-versed in the area of traffic violations and can offer you the level of defense you need on your side.
If your license has been revoked or suspended and you continue to drive, you could face very serious consequences. You are not allowed to drive while you have a revoked or suspended license, regardless of the cause of this penalty. Driving with a suspended or revoked license is considered a misdemeanor and you could find that your ability to drive in the future is restricted even further.
The exact consequences you face for a traffic violation conviction vary depending on the offense. In most cases, you will have to pay a fee, points will be added onto your license, and you may have your license suspended or revoked. Our Marysville traffic violation attorney is here to discuss the most effective ways to reduce the penalties and fines associated with your charge.
If you would like to schedule a free case consultation, give us a call now at (810) 375-7996.