Don’t Pay It Without Understanding the Consequences
Before you mail your payment for that traffic ticket or enter a plea to a misdemeanor traffic violation, you need to know the full consequences of doing so. Even a simple traffic citation could push you over the edge under New York’s points system ? resulting in the suspension of your driver?s license.
Syracuse criminal law attorney Jeffrey DeRoberts handles all traffic offenses, from minor infractions to serious misdemeanors that could result in jail time. He practices in town, village, city and county courts of Onondaga County and nearby jurisdictions of Central New York. Call 315-479-6445 or contact our office online to learn if Mr. DeRoberts can help you as well. Our firm offers you experience, dedication and the personal attention of your attorney throughout the duration of your case.
Our Syracuse Traffic Violations Lawyer Handles:
- Speeding tickets
- Red light and stop sign violations
- Illegal passing
- Reckless driving or racing
- Driving on a suspended or revoked license
- Driving without insurance
- Zero Tolerance citations (underage drinking and driving)
- DWAI and DWI
- All traffic offenses
Many citizens are not aware that their driving privileges are in danger until it’s too late. For example, a third speeding ticket in an 18-month period can lead to revocation. Or, any combination of 11 points in 18 months triggers suspension.
Mr. DeRoberts can often get misdemeanors reduced to non-criminal offenses, and point violations knocked down to non-point tickets. He can also address prior traffic tickets to “undo” a guilty plea so that the latest offense does not result in suspension.
If your license has been suspended by the New York Department of Motor Vehicles over too many violations (or unpaid traffic tickets), we can help you fight to restore your license or obtain restricted driving privileges.
Aggressive Criminal Defense Since 1993
If you are looking for a Syracuse criminal defense attorney to protect your rights, look no further.
Call 315-479-6445, or send an e-mail for a free initial consultation.