Whatever the motivation – to make to roads safer or to generate revenue by issuing tickets – the State of Minnesota is cracking down on all Traffic Offenses and the repercussions can be kind of serious. These include: hefty fines, points on your driving record, the hit to your insurance premiums. Gather too many violations and you could have your driver’s license suspended.

If you are facing a Traffic Ticket, you need to be aware of what your facing. In those times, an experienced  Twin Cities Criminal Defense Attorney can assist you and get you the outcome you desire.

Traffic Violations – Explained

There are a many types of driving conduct that could be considered a violation of the law, including: Speeding, Reckless & Careless Driving, Failing to Have Car Insurance, Driving After Cancellation or Suspension, and/or Illegally Passing a School Bus or Emergency Vehicle.

If you find yourself arrested or facing any of these problems, to preserve your rights, you should contact a Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyer who specializes in Traffic Tickets.

What is at Stake?

Believe it or not, in addition to a fine, some traffic violations can result in possible jail time, the loss of your driver’s license and even your vehicle. You could also be subjected to higher insurance premiums, driver’s license revocations or suspensions, and a permanent criminal conviction on your record.

Knowing the government’s motivations as I do, having had been a prosecutor, I am aware of instances where Traffic Tickets were issued on unjustified and merit-less grounds. When that is the case, I have seen those violations dismissed.  If there’s no basis for the government for having had given you a ticket, a Twin Cities Defense Attorney such as myself can point that out and get your the result you desire – like the case thrown out.

Facing Traffic Violations

There are many times when an officer pulls someone over and asks: “Do you why I pulled you over?” If you confess – by offering an answer like – you were speeding or driving carelessly – that can be used against you if you choose to fight the ticket. Remember, you have no obligation to answer those questions. Your best bet, when dealing with an officer investigating you, is to keep your mouth shut.  Remain polite, give them you identification information; but do not admit anything.

Free Criminal Case Consultation

If you are facing a Traffic Ticket that threatens more than just your driving record, it is important to discuss your legal options with an experienced Minnesota Criminal Defense Lawyer. I handle all types of Traffic Violations. Don’t accept a Traffic Ticket until you have discovered your legal options. Call me today at 612.234.1165 or fill out the form below. Then, we’ll take the time to discuss your case and determine how I can help to defend your rights and fight for you in court – all at a cost that won’t break the bank.

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