Traffic Ticket Lawyer Philadelphia
Serving Bucks County, Philadelphia County, and Montgomery County
After law enforcement has pulled you over and cited you for a traffic violation, you have a choice. You can either pay the price or get legal representation from a strong defense lawyer to help you fight the ticket.
Whether you are facing a criminal or civil traffic violation, the consequences of a conviction are significant, affecting your insurance and your legal right to operate a vehicle. Traffic violations can lead to insurance rate increases. It is possible for a traffic violation to raise the cost of your insurance premium.
If you have been issued a citation for a traffic violation or arrested for a criminal traffic violation, before you give in–talk to our traffic violation lawyer at Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC for a free consultation.
Our traffic ticket attorneys can defend against a range of traffic violations, including the following:
- Traffic Court Lawyer
- Speeding Ticket
- Stop Sign Ticket
- Red Light Ticket
- Careless Driving Ticket
- Reckless Driving Ticket
- Expired Tags Ticket
- Driver's License Suspension
- Driving While Suspended
- CDL License Suspension
- Revoked License
- Occupational Limited License
- Driving Without Insurance
- Racing & Drag Racing Ticket
- Moving Violations
- Failure to Yield
- Failure to Stop
- Improper Passing
- Hit and Run
- Lane Change Violations
- Improper Passing School Bus
- School Zone Violations
- Out-Of-State Driver With Pennsylvania Ticket
- Out-Of-State Driver With Pennsylvania Speeding Ticket
Pennsylvania uses the point system for traffic violation convictions. Points accumulate with each offense, and the number of points against you is based upon the severity of the offense.
Once you have accumulated six points, you will receive written notice from PennDOT that you must take a test covering safe driving practices, departmental sanctions, and related safety issues. The agency gives you 30 days in which to pass this exam, or you will face license suspension. Once you pass the test, you eliminate two points from your driving record.
For the second accumulation of six points, you will face a 15-day license suspension and will be required to attend a hearing. Your driving record will be reviewed, and you may have your license suspended or be forced to take a new on-road driver examination. If you fail to attend the hearing, your license will be suspended.
If you have accumulated 11 points or more, your license will be suspended. The period of suspension will vary based upon whether you have had a suspended license in the past. In some traffic cases, repeat suspensions can lead up to a year of license suspension.
You may have been wrongfully convicted of a serious traffic offense and are now living with the consequences, facing the prospect of expensive fines, a license suspension, and, in some cases, jail time. But it's not over yet; you still have the right to appeal.
Rather than accepting a guilty verdict in a moving violation, call us to help you through the process–and we can help you to appeal a conviction. If you want to retain your legal right to drive, you may need to appeal, and you need an experienced traffic ticket lawyer who can work within the system and get results. The Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC law offices have represented clients from Pa and New Jersey in traffic court. Let us help obtain the best possible outcome for you.
Whether you have been cited for a minor traffic violation or are facing the consequences of a criminal traffic offense, our traffic ticket defense lawyer can get to work for you. Contact the Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC law firm to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced Traffic Ticket attorneys or fill out our online contact form.
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