Tough Defense from Harrisburg Traffic Law Attorneys
Being cited for a traffic violation is about as close to "trouble
with the law" as most people will ever get. This is a good thing.
However, even though traffic violations carry far fewer consequences than
other criminal charges, the consequences they can have on your drivers'
license points, your insurance, your driving privileges, and your personal
liability make fighting for a reduction or dismissal of charges just as
Traffic tickets: to pay or not to pay?
At Curcillo Law, LLC, we advise clients and represent them in the municipal
traffic courts of Dauphin County and the surrounding areas of Central
Pennsylvania. Some of our other service areas include Perry, Lebanon,
Cumberland, and Franklin counties.
We represent drivers who are charged or cited for:
- DUI / DWI
- Open container violations
- Driving while suspended
- Reckless driving
- Driving without insurance
- Work-zone speeding
- Driving after revocation
With any of these or other traffic violations, the key question to answer
is whether you should or should not pay the fine and accept the ticket.
In almost all cases, we say it is best not to pay the ticket." The
success rate for fighting traffic tickets and getting them reduced or
dismissed is very high. Because of this, consulting with a traffic lawyer
before you resort to just paying the fine is a smart choice. While an
attorney may cost you more money in the short-term than pleading guilty
would, the long-term costs of higher insurance and the potential loss
of your driving privileges makes it worthwhile.
Give us a call so we can help! If you have been cited or charged with a
traffic offense, the sooner you consult with a lawyer, the better chances
are of winning your case. To learn more about what our Harrisburg criminal
defense attorneys can accomplish in your case,
call us for legal support!