If you’ve been charged with a traffic violation in Maryland, you may have questions, including:
- Will I go to jail or be on probation?
- Will I get any points on my driving record?
- Will this show up on a background check?
- Will my insurance premiums go up?
- Do I even need a lawyer?
- What is the difference between Reckless & Negligent driving?
- Do I have to appear for my Speeding ticket?
If you have been charged with a traffic ticket, contact me for a free consultation. I will help you understand your rights, answer your questions, and determine your need for representation.
My job is to protect you from a range of penalties, including fines, points on your driver’s license, or even potential jail time. As an experienced traffic attorney, I can help you prepare a solid case as your defense to any traffic tickets in Maryland. For some minor offenses, I can represent you without your appearance in court being necessary.
Defending yourself in court is never a good idea. There are defenses that may be available to you, that if you appear on your own, you may not be able to take advantage of. And often times it is not just a matter of whether or not the police officer appears in court or not. There are additional issues to consider regarding your case. My experience as a former State Trooper gives me the background and expertise to provide the best possible defense in your case.
As your attorney I will explain the effects of any of traffic violations including but not limited to:
- Distracted driving
- Running stop signs
- Illegal lane changes
- Expired license
- Reckless Driving
- Suspended License