Legal Help For Traffic Offenses
Traffic tickets are a part of life. Everyone gets caught in speed traps or commits some offense. Most people believe the best course is to pay the fine to avoid making things worse. Paying the fine has consequences, though.
Private Vehicle Traffic Offenses
When you pay the fine without question, you are pleading guilty to an allegation of wrongdoing. This establishes your guilt, whether you are cited for speeding, drag racing, drunk driving, lack of insurance, or some other offense. The admission of guilt may save you a little time, but it probably will also raise your insurance rates and it will result in points against your driver's license, which can result in the loss of your driving privileges.
Semi-Truck Traffic Offenses
A professional truck driver's Commercial Driver's License is essential to his or her livelihood. Driving offenses -- whether drunk driving, speeding, log book violations, federal vehicle safety violations, or other offenses -- can stop you from providing for your family.
Whether you driving for a living or were just out shopping, you should treat traffic violations like any other criminal allegation. Legal representation may help you resolve your situation with minimal disruption. Sullenger Law Office will make the government prove you committed the offense charged beyond a reasonable doubt. We can often get charges reduced or dismissed by challenging the government's claims. We will aggressively pursue all options for favorable resolution so you can get on with your life and your career. Call attorney Wes Sullenger at (270) 443-9401 to schedule a consultation during which we will review your situation and discuss what we can do to help you.