Traffic Violations

Get a Free Evaluation For Your Traffic Violations Case From a Local Attorney

Can Police Use a Traffic Stop as an Excuse—or “Pretext”—to Investigate for Some Other Crime?
Can Police Use a Traffic Stop as an Excuse—Or “Pretext”—to Investigate for Some Other Crime? Here's the Supreme Court's answer. ... READ MORE

Using a Cellphone or Wireless Device While Driving in California
In the past, California’s distracted driving laws prohibited motorists from talking on a cellphone or text messaging while driving, except when a phone or device was used in hands-free mode. But with a change in the law that went into effect on January 1, 2017, California has further restricted cellphone and wireless device use for drivers: California now bans not just talking and texting, but also all other hand-held wireless device use while at the wheel. ... READ MORE

Do Police Need a Warrant to Search My Motorhome?
To search someone’s home, police normally need to first get a search warrant. Vehicles, however, are treated differently. For a vehicle search to be legal, police only need to have probable cause that there’s incriminating evidence inside. Find out what the rule is for motorhomes. ... READ MORE

Law Enforcement Checkpoints and Roadblocks: Are They Legal?
How Fourth Amendment protections apply to law enforcement roadblocks and checkpoints. ... READ MORE

Common Defenses for Fighting a Speeding Ticket
Learn about some of the more common defenses of contesting a speeding ticket at trial. ... READ MORE

Should I Hire a Traffic Attorney to Fight My Ticket?
If an officer tickets you for a moving violation, you’ll have to decide whether to handle the ticket yourself or hire an attorney to take care of it for you. Hiring an attorney could cost several hundred dollars, but depending on your situation, it might be money well spent. ... READ MORE

What Is Traffic School?
After being cited for a traffic offense, you’ll typically have to decide between fighting the ticket and admitting fault. For drivers who choose to admit the violation, traffic school is often a good option. ... READ MORE

Washington Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... READ MORE

Texas Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... READ MORE

South Carolina Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... READ MORE

 

Get a Free Evaluation For Your Traffic Violations Case From a Local Attorney

Change Location

Get Started *Please enter a valid location.

Traffic Violations Law Firms in Ashburn, VA 
change location


Swipe to view more

Lawyers from our extensive network are ready to answer your question

Traffic Violations Questions

Filter by
 


You may have difficulty handeling this case on your own, as you do not know about criminal procedure, evidence, etc., you would be well advised to retain a criminal defense lawyer to assist you.  ...Read more

Contact a lawyer near you who can assist in sorting all of this through, and making sure you have the appropriate amount of time to get all of the documentation and evidence necessary.   Best, ...Read more

The speed limit is 55mph. The officer is applying the law as written. You may be able to effectively work out a plea deal with the prosecutor based on your set of facts. Call an attorney, as they will ...Read more

See more Traffic Violations Questions

Southampton NY Traffic Lawyer/Increase in Traffic Tickets in East Hampton

The East Hampton Press reported on May 17th that the change from an 8 hour shift to a 12 hour shift for East Hampton Town Police Officers which took effect on January 1st has produced several signific ... Read more

Southampton NY Traffic Lawyer/20 MPH in the Village of Sag Harbor

The Village of Sag Harbor has recently reduced the speed limit on several streets in the Village from 25 mph to 20 mph. These streets include two of the most heavily trafficked streets in the Village; ... Read more

Southampton NY Traffic Lawyer/Court Upholds Police Scanning License Plates

With increasing frequency, drivers traveling through Southampton and other areas of Suffolk County are noticing police cars stationed close to the roadway, facing the oncoming traffic. These officers ... Read more

Can an officer from a different township pull me over?

Q: I got pulled over and got a citation for that township police department but the officer was from a different township. (Canonsburg,PA) A: There is a PA statute that allows an officer to leave his ... Read more

What can I do about this parking citation?

Q: I received a Citation/Summons today left on my car windshield for an apparent parking violation while I was at work. In line #26 the “Statute” option is checked, and PAVC is written in ... Read more

See more  (247 Blogs on Traffic Violations)

Get Professional Help

Find a Traffic Violations lawyer
Practice Area:
Zip Code:
 
How It Works
  1. Briefly tell us about your case
  2. Provide your contact information
  3. Connect with local attorneys
NEED PROFESSIONAL HELP?

Talk to an attorney

How It Works

  1. Briefly tell us about your case
  2. Provide your contact information
  3. Choose attorneys to contact you