The articles below discuss various Maryland traffic charges and driver’s license issues of interest to motorists residing in Maryland, or passing through the state. Whether you are trying to avoid points that would drive up your insurance costs, keep your license, or avoid incarceration, a good lawyer can make a big difference.
Many people do not even know what the consequences of their actions are with respect to traffic charges, and only find out weeks later after they get a suspension notice from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. Traffic and license offenses less severe than a DUI or DWI can destroy your otherwise clean record, lead to a loss of your license, and, for more egregious must appear violations, even lead to jail time. A conviction for reckless driving, or aggressive driving, or driving with a suspended license could severely impair your future on the road. Points from a speeding ticket or another moving violation can add up on your driving record and hurt your ability to drive to work or go to school, especially if you have a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) or a provisional driver’s license. There are even a few prepayable tickets that can cause a suspension on their own, and not all of them require you to drive a vehicle.
Even if you have already received a notice from the Maryland MVA, I can still defend your license. I can often reverse prior violations that might have triggered the suspension, and I can also usually stop the MVA from taking your license, even if you were found guilty.
Whether you get a ticket at the roadside, or a suspension notice from the Motor Vehicle Administration, I can help. The consequences can be serious, and a good lawyer can often fix your problem before it becomes an emergency. Call (301) 556-8709 today so that I can start protecting your future.