Don’t Lose Your License Over A Traffic Ticket
Upon your conviction, the court will notify the state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and it becomes part of your driving record. In addition to any fines or citation, you will be assigned demerit points and your insurance company will be notified, potentially endangering your driving privileges and increasing your insurance premiums.
If your traffic violation is serious or you have accumulated too many demerits, the DMV may suspend your license. You may be required to attend a driver improvement clinic before you can drive again.
Being Convicted Of A Traffic Violation In Virginia Is No Cakewalk.
At Lutins & Pilgreen, PC, in Roanoke, Virginia, our attorneys defend clients throughout Southwest Virginia against both serious and minor traffic charges. We know that a single demerit can mean the difference between your being able to drive and make a living and being deprived of that opportunity altogether. Because the stakes are high, we fight hard for our clients to protect their driver’s licenses and to keep their records clean in situations involving:
- Speeding tickets
- Commercial driver’s license (CDL) violations
- Hit-and-run charges
- Drugged driving charges
- Reckless driving charges
- Drunk driving charges
- Driving without a driver’s license
Let Us Help You Fight For Your Driving Privileges
Often, law enforcement officers expect that the people they cite for traffic offenses will just pay the ticket without argument. If you know you did nothing wrong, our lawyers can look for holes in the evidence that make your case. We can also look to see if your arresting officer made procedural mistakes, such as documentation errors, that disqualify your charge.
Not every traffic ticket can be fought, but many can. If you need to fight a traffic charge, Lutins & Pilgreen, PC, is here to provide the intelligent and aggressive traffic defense you need. Contact us online or at 540-627-5150 to speak with a lawyer.