Why would you need a criminal defense lawyer for a traffic ticket? Sometimes, a traffic ticket carries the possibility of extremely serious penalties — including driver’s license suspension, fines and even possible jail time — as well as a substantial increase in insurance rates.
In such cases, it makes sense to turn to an experienced criminal defense attorney for help with a traffic violation that is more than a simple traffic ticket.
Examples of more serious traffic tickets include:
- Any traffic violation involving a commercial driver with a commercial driver’s license (CDL)
- Citations for reckless driving, exceeding maximum speed limits or red light violations
- Driving with a suspended license
With these and other serious traffic tickets, consider consulting a defense lawyer for help minimizing the potential negative consequences of the citation.Farrell Weaver & Okun, Attorneys at Law: Savvy Advice on Traffic Tickets
Farrell Weaver & Okun, Attorneys at Law, is a downtown Pittsburgh law firm with a legal practice focused almost exclusively on criminal defense. Our attorneys provide advice and representation for clients charged with both misdemeanor and felony crimes, including traffic tickets for speeding, running red lights, driving with a suspended license, and more serious motor vehicle crimes like vehicular manslaughter.A Free Consultation? Legal Advice Every Step of the Way
At Farrell Weaver & Okun, we provide a free and confidential initial consultation for every potential new client. We will provide a detailed picture of the services we can provide, as well as our analysis of the likely outcome of your traffic ticket or other motor vehicle violation.
Our attorneys have decades of experience with criminal law. We are veteran attorneys who have extensive experience in the criminal justice system, which allows us to provide solid and reliable advice to our clients.Contact Farrell Weaver & Okun, Attorneys at Law
To schedule a free initial consultation, call us at (412) 201-5159, or send an e-mail.
Our offices are in downtown Pittsburgh, one block from the Allegheny County Courthouse, near the First Avenue T stop. Ample parking lots are located in the area.