I can help you challenge your traffic tickets so you can avoid penalties, points on your record, and increased insurance rates. Furthermore, Ventura County is a tough county in regards to traffic violations. However, I am extremely knowledgeable about how traffic issues play out in court and I am very familiar with all of the courts, the judges, and the local police. Additionally, several of the same attorneys that you may call to fight your ticket, attempt to hire me to appear on your behalf without you even knowing it!
What Types of Traffic Tickets can a Defender help you with? Here is a List:
Unfortunately, major traffic offenses can carry serious consequences, including losing your license and even the ability to drive. If you are charged with a serious traffic violation like driving under the influence, it is imperative that you retain the services of a skilled Ventura County Traffic Attorney right away.
For those who drive for a living, their commercial licenses are their livelihood. Because commercial drivers accumulate points at one and a half times the rate of a noncommercial driver, they need to take immediate action when they are issued a traffic ticket.
Being arrested for a crime can be a dramatic and frightening occurrence. Depending on the severity of the charge, you may be facing serious consequences if steps are not taken to protect your legal rights. It is vitally important to take action quickly, as timing is of primary importance when preparing your defense.
Furthermore, a misdemeanor or felony conviction comes with more than just a permanent mark on your record. They can affect everything from employment opportunities to immigration issues. Regardless of the crime, you have been charged with it should your highest priority to retain the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney.
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We all change as time goes on. Unfortunately, the records from our past don’t automatically change with us.
If you are having trouble moving ahead with your life because of an arrest or criminal record. Getting your criminal record expunged for a felony or misdemeanor conviction or getting your juvenile criminal record sealed, or having a prior strike dismissed or reduced will greatly help.