Many people make the mistake of paying a traffic ticket without realizing the future implications. If you have too many offenses on your record, the next one might trigger license suspension by the Arizona MVD. Your insurance company may raise your rates when it gets wind of it. It might result in a misdemeanor record that comes back to haunt you later.
Before you plead guilty and pay the fine, call the Rosenstein Law Group at 480-248-7666. Attorney Craig Rosenstein will explain the possible consequences and help you choose the best course. If you do not need an attorney, he will tell you so. If you do, we can often go to court on your behalf or accompany you to court to answer to the charges.
The Rosenstein Law Group provides smart counsel for all traffic offenses:
We know the nuances of the law to guide clients to the right decision. For example, you can often keep speeding tickets off your record by attending traffic school. However, there is a limit on how many times you can attend driving school before the state of Arizona loses its patience. And if you were speeding more than 20 mph over the limit, you will have to fight the ticket or try to get it knocked down to an eligible offense.
Mr. Rosenstein has an arsenal of strategies for challenging traffic offenses, including whether the officer had probable cause to pull you over in the first place. We may be able to get prior traffic convictions reversed, or possibly intervene if you missed a court date or deadline to respond to a traffic ticket.
We represent traffic offenders throughout Maricopa County, Pinal County and Pima County, including Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa and Tempe. Contact us today for an inexpensive case evaluation.