Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Traffic Ticket Lawyer in Las Vegas, Henderson, and Nevada Federal Court


Many residents and tourists are charged with traffic violations each year in and around Las Vegas, but few of them realize the problems associated with being convicted of the traffic charges.

When a person who is given a traffic citation by the police pleads guilty to the traffic violation, pays a fine, and attends traffic school, they probably have not considered the following ramifications associated with pleading guilty to a traffic citation:

          Every conviction for a moving violation likely will raise your insurance rates.
          Multiple convictions for traffic violations will likely result in a driver’s license suspension or license revocation. In Nevada, if you are convicted of driving with a suspended license, you may 
be restricted from acquiring a new license for a full year.
          If you were involved in an automobile accident, received a moving citation, and are being sued civilly, the conviction may be used in the civil lawsuit to show that you were per se negligent.
          If you have a commercial driver’s license (CDL), you may lose your license and the ability to earn a living. 
          If you handle the traffic ticket by yourself, you will probably take at least 1 day off from work to go to court to resolve the ticket, and it is not a pleasant experience. 
As a result of convictions for moving violations, like simple speeding tickets, you will likely pay fines, court administrative fees, increased insurance costs, and attend traffic school. Further, you could suffer possible suspension or revocation of you driver’s license. If your Nevada license is suspended, you will not be able to obtain a license in any other State until the Nevada suspension is completed. On top of this, you will need to miss a whole day’s pay, just to go to court!

So, how can you likely prevent the headaches associated with the above for some minor traffic infraction?  You hire a criminal defense attorney with experience negotiating thousands of citations.  Louis Schneider has negotiated plea deals for misdemeanor traffic citations for many years and will bring his knowledge to the court for your matter and you will likely have to do little more than pay his fee, give him a copy of the citation, and then pay the fine to the court upon a negotiated deal.

When you say, I need a traffic ticket lawyer in Las Vegas, 

Call us: (702) 435-2121


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