Shin Law Office’s Traffic Attorneys Help You Down This Road
Traffic offenses fall into two categories: Infractions or Crimes. And within those categories, there are two types of offenses: Moving Violations or Non-Moving Violations.
Traffic incidents must be taken seriously and dealt with as soon as possible — especially with the proliferation of traffic cams and digital violation ticketing en masse. This technology offers rampant opportunity for false accusations and the inadvertent issuance tickets.
While traffic offenses like speeding, parking tickets and HOV violations have fines attached, traffic crimes like DUIs, reckless driving and eluding police can have fines and jail time.
Traffic offenses can result in the loss of driving privileges, (removed the “ripping” apart part because I dont want to scare them lol)causing you to, until privileges are restored, depend upon others for many of life’s necessities.
These crimes prohibit you from finding or getting to work and raise your insurance premiums — in short, traffic crimes directly impact your quality of life.
The traffic attorneys at Shin Law Office know there could be extenuating circumstances surrounding your traffic violations or crimes and will work with you to assess all the facts and circumstances involved. We understand what is at stake and aggressively pursue the best possible outcome in your case.
- Individual charged with 5 counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Distribute (over 1 pound of marijuana). 3 charges nolle prosequi’d and 2 felonies amended to misdemeanor convictions. No active jail sentence was imposed.
- Individual charged with 16 counts of alleged probation violations. After trial, all but 1 dismissed. No extension of a protective order was granted. No active jail sentence was imposed.
- Individual charged with stalking, amended to failure to have dog on a leash. No active jail sentence was imposed.
- Individual charged with assault and battery. Charges dismissed with accord and satisfaction.
- Eluding the Police
- Hit & Run-Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Driving Without a Valid License
- Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License
- Commercial Driver’s License Violations
- License Restoration
- Aggressive Driving
- Out Of State Drivers
- Speeding Ticket
- Moving Violations
- Driving Without Automobile Insurance
- Assault and Battery
- Possession of Marijuana
- Petit Larceny
- Probation Violations
- Grand Larceny