Common Traffic Violation Questions:


Q: Should I hire a lawyer to represent me for my speeding or other traffic tickets?
A: Yes, because speeding and other traffic violations may result in the suspension/revocation of your driving privileges.


Q: How much will it cost for me to retain an attorney to represent me?
A: Call our office for a free consultation.


Q: Can an attorney save me from getting "points" on my license?
A: In many cases, we can reduce the number of points or save you from any points being assessed against your license.


Q: If I retain your office, will I have to go to court?
A: No, in most cases, you will not have to appear in court. As long as you authorize us to go to court for you, your appearance is not required.


Q: Can I hire a lawyer without making an appointment to go to your office?
A: Yes, we can do an intake over the phone and arrange for payment of the attorney fees to be paid with a credit card, check or money order.


Q: Can your office keep my auto insurance premiums from going up?
A: Many times our office can reduce and amend the original violation to a lesser offense that will not affect your auto insurance rates.


Q: How many points will be assessed against my license if I plead guilty to a specific charge?
A: See our "points" page.


Q: Will I have to pay fines?
A: Yes, in most cases, you will have to pay fines. However, we will ask the Judge for time to pay. Normally, the Judge will give you 2-4 weeks to pay the fines. Most courts require the payment of fines in the form of a money order or cash.


Q: Does your office perform other legal work besides traffic matters?
A: Yes, our office assists individuals with criminal matters, auto accident cases, and other types of matters.


Q: What is the Traffic Violations Bureau?
A: The Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB) is a quasi-court where the officer/Trooper and the motorist appear for trial. The only two options in this court is to either plead guilty to the violation or take the ticket to trial.


Q: Can we plea bargain or get a ticket reduced at the TVB?
A: No. However, some officers will consent to reducing the speed slightly.


Q: Do the rules of evidence apply at the TVB?
A: No.


Q: How do I retain your office to represent me?
A: Just contact our office and we will instruct you on how to hire our office.