Driving Under the Influence


The legal limit of blood alcohol level allowed to operate a motor vehicle is 0.08. If one is found guilty of driving while under the influence there can be various punishments including jail time, community service, suspension of driving privileges, probation, and fines. An attorney present during all aspects of this criminal case is key. 

Traffic Citations

Speeding/Careless & Reckless Driving

Traffic citations can impact your insurance costs as well as whether or not your license is suspended. If you or someone you love has been charged with traffic citation, consult with an attorney so that you will be able to make an informed decision when in court. 

Speeding citations will appear on your driving record; whereas, a Careless & Reckless charge will appear on your criminal record. Careless & Reckless charges are given to drivers who are cited with driving excessive speeds. 

Mitigating efforts can be made by attending defensive driving school as well as performing community service. 

Driving While License Revoked/No Operator's License

One is charged with Driving While License Revoked when your state driver's license is not active while operating a motor vehicle. The consequences of guilty plea may result in a one year suspension of state driving privileges. An attorney's guidance is essential in these types of cases.