Vehicle & Traffic
The Department of Motor Vehicles assigns points for certain traffic violations and during any 18-month period, your license can be suspended or revoked, depending on your point total. These points not only affect your license, but they may also increase insurance costs for years to come. If you get a traffic ticket, do not ignore it or simply plead guilty because your license is otherwise clean. We are well-versed in the law and experienced with cases like yours, but we never treat our clients like case files, so you can always expect a personalized approach. When you call us, we can discuss the following matters with you and help you understand your options:
- Moving violations and criminal violations
- License and registration suspension and revocations
- Conditional and restricted licenses
Call Mr. Marchese, who has helped hundreds of drivers over the years get such tickets dismissed or otherwise reduced to nonpoint violations. Let us help you avoid the possibility of license registration suspensions and increased insurance payments.