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Rockland County Speeding & Traffic Ticket Attorney

Serving Motorists throughout Rockland County and the State of New York

If you need legal assistance fighting a traffic ticket in Rockland County, please contact me to arrange a consultation about your citation as soon as possible. As a Rockland County traffic ticket lawyer, I can help you minimize the impact that a speeding ticket may have on your driver's license and auto insurance rates. I can review your case and evaluate how best to proceed with an understanding of what your objectives are with regard to the ticket you received. In most cases, hiring me to handle your traffic ticket will dispense with the need for you to ever personally appear in Court.

Why should you fight your traffic ticket?

If you do nothing about your traffic violation, other than pay the fines and mail it in, you are pleading guilty to the offense you have been accused of in your citation. You do have the right to defend yourself in court and fight the citation. Whether you are accused of a moving violation, running a red light or stop sign, tailgating, distracted driving, making an unsafe lane change or some other moving violation, I can help you by presenting your case in court or negotiating a reduction of the charges which may help reduce the impact on your driver's license. As your traffic citations mount, so too do the points on your driving record. If you accrue 3 speeding convictions or 11 points on your driving record, within an 18 month period, your license may be suspended by the DMV.

In addition to any fines, fees, penalties, or surcharges you may have to pay for a traffic citation, you may have to pay a driver responsibility assessment to the DMV for 3 years. Those who are required to do so include anyone convicted of an alcohol-related traffic violation, drug-related traffic violation, anyone who refused to take a chemical test, or anyone who receives 6 or more points on their driving record during a period of 18 months. The amount you will be required to pay will depend on the type of violation you are convicted of and the number of traffic violation points you have accrued on your record. If you do not pay this assessment, your license will be suspended.

If you wish to fight your traffic ticket, having my legal assistance as a Rockland County traffic ticket attorney, can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.

Contact the Rockland County Traffic Ticket Lawyer at the firm today if you need legal assistance with any type of traffic citation in Rockland County.

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