An ordinary traffic ticket can lead to unexpected consequences. Any conviction for a moving violation in Ohio will result in two points on your driver's license. If you accumulate 12 points in two years, your license will be suspended for six months. If you need to drive to earn a living, a speeding ticket can mean the loss of your livelihood.
If you have received a traffic ticket in Mason, Oxford, Butler, or anywhere in Ohio, our Warren & Butler County traffic violation attorneys offer a free initial consultation to your case and your options. Our law office is located in Oxford, across the street from the Butler County Courthouse.
Examples of traffic violations we defend include:
Our goal for any traffic ticket is to work it out to a less serious offense that would result in no points or fewer points on your license. Depending on the seriousness of the offense, our lawyers may be able to get the appearance waived so you will not need to miss work to show up in court.
Miami University students: You could face suspension of your driver's license in your home state for a traffic violation in Ohio. Any tickets you pay in Ohio could be reported to your state's department of motor vehicles. If your home state is Illinois, your driver's license will be suspended if you have two moving violations before your 21st birthday. Other states have similarly tough laws for young drivers.