Providing Legal Help With Your Traffic Offense
When someone is convicted of a traffic offense, they are more than likely going to face raised insurance rates, restricted driving privileges, fines and possible jail time depending on the offense. Moving violations will stay on your driving record for three years, even after you have paid the fine and admitted guilt.
Three moving violations of any kind (e.g. speeding, going through a red light, failure to yield, reckless driving, passing a school bus and others) could result in your driver's license being suspended for 30 days or more. Three major traffic offense convictions within a five year period could result in losing your license for up to three years. It should also be noted that in Kansas there is no restricted license option for people who need to drive to work, so resolving traffic offenses becomes even more important.
Of course, the best time to fight or dispute a traffic offense is before the ticket is paid. Whether you have been charged with a major traffic offense, or have multiple minor citations, the lawyers at Orrick & Erksine are here to advise you of your best legal options. We can help counsel you on all common traffic offenses including, speeding tickets, reckless driving, driving after a liscense suspension, DUI or DWI, and driving without insurance. We will evaluate your specific situation and do our best to provide you with the necessary legal help.
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For a consultation with our attorneys regarding your traffic law situation, contact Orrick & Erskine, LLP.