AFFORDABLE MONTGOMERY COUNTY MD TRAFFIC TICKET LAWYER
An affordable Montgomery County MD traffic ticket lawyer ∼ who is familiar with the Montgomery County court system ∼ can be an advantage to your case!
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An experienced Montgomery County MD traffic tickets attorney can help to either remove or reduce points from your driving record.
∼ Sometimes traffic tickets can be handled without you being in court ∼
As one of the most populated counties in Maryland, Montgomery County MD, hosts several major highways. These highways include, the I-270, I-370 and I-495. Having a lawyer, who is knowledgeable with the Montgomery County District Court system, is a must have for a good result with your traffic ticket. Mr. Ameche has successfully represented clients with all types of traffic tickets at Montgomery County District Court, Rockville, MD. Steven Ameche is proud to offer his clients over 25 years of front line experience. Accordingly, we will try to get the best outcome for your traffic violation. Hence, our goal is simply to achieve the best possible results for each of our clients in every traffic ticket we handle.
∼ Sometimes law enforcement will write 2 (or more) additional charges on your traffic ticket. Below are some examples of different offenses you can be charged with.
• Red Lights
• Unsafe Lane Changes
• Control Device
• Following Too Closely
• HOV Violations
• Stop Sign Offenses
These offenses all carry points that can affect your driving history and possibly increase your insurance premiums.
Other charges that an affordable Montgomery County MD traffic ticket lawyer can help you with.
• Failure to Appear in Court
Your driver’s license can be suspended if you fail to appear for a traffic ticket. Under certain circumstances, the court may also issue a bench warrant for your arrest.
• Excessive Moving Violations
If you acquire 8 to 11 points within 2 years, your license can be suspended. Also, 12 or more points within a 2 year driving period can result in a license revocation.
• Driving with a Suspended License
Someone caught driving with a suspended driver’s license can have their license suspended for an even longer period of time. Also, you could face possible jail time.
• Driving without Insurance
Driving without car insurance could result in a possible license suspension – a fine, or even possible jail time.