Nuts and Bolts about Moving Violations
Be it speeding, reckless driving, or driving with no insurance, our lawyers have plenty of experience in taking care of such offenses in a successful fashion. When the charge is a speeding offense that is within 20 mph of the speed limit, we can work towards getting the charge reduced to improper equipment without you having to make a court appearance. When the charge is reduced to improper equipment, you will not be assessed any DMV points, nor is your insurance rate going to increase.
In cases where the charge is a speeding offense in excess of 20 mph over the speed limit, or speed competition, or driving with no insurance, pleading guilty to such a charge may result in a suspension of your driver’s license for a period of time. Besides, a conviction for any of these offenses can take a bite out of your pocketbook, as you will have to bear with an exponential increase in your insurance premium for the next three years. In approaching these cases, I am always guided by the following three objectives:
- Help the client avoid a license suspension
- Help keep the increase in DMV points at a minimum, if any increase at all.
- Help keep the increase in the client.s insurance premium at a minimum, if any increase at all.