Effective Defense For Vehicle And Traffic Violations

While a simple speeding ticket may not have a serious impact on your life, accumulating traffic violations over even an extended period of time can lead to a complete loss of driving privileges. You need aggressive advocacy on your side, fighting the charges of speeding ticket and reckless driving, both present and past, to protect your independence.

Violations That Can Add Up

These violations can include:

  • Speeding tickets
  • Reckless driving
  • Expired inspections and/or registrations
  • School zone and work zone violations
  • Driving with a suspended or revoked license
  • Mobile phone and texting violations
  • Failure to move over for an emergency vehicle

These offenses on their own may seem insignificant. Each infraction or ticket, however, results in a set number of points from the state of New York. Once you reach a certain amount of points, you begin incurring additional fees payable to the Department of Motor Vehicles. Accumulate too many points and your driving privileges may become suspended long term or even permanently revoked.

A Traffic Ticket Attorney On Your Side

At The Law Offices of Remy R. Perot & John L. Kotchick, III, our attorneys will carefully investigate the circumstances of each of these offenses, determining if the charge could possibly be dropped or minimized. We work with the court to clear as many infractions as possible, lowering your total points. Our lawyers do this through experienced and knowledgeable understanding of the traffic court system.

We understand the significance of driving privileges in most people's lives for independence, ability to get to work and daily life activities. Our firm listens to your circumstances and driving needs, customizing our representation to you and offering these reasons to the court on your behalf.

Questions? Call Today.

To learn more about how our firm can advocate on your behalf in protection of your driving privileges, please contact our Broome County law firm today for a consultation at 607-772-8440 or toll free at 800-818-8010.