Defense Of Traffic Violations And Traffic Tickets
Most people see traffic tickets not as a criminal matter but as an inconvenience. They do not realize the serious impact that a driving offense can have on the future. Paying a traffic ticket without argument is essentially a guilty plea. Accumulating several traffic violations could even cause you to lose your driving privileges.
The best way to avoid the potentially serious consequences of traffic violations and tickets is to contact a defense attorney about your situation. Contact us by calling 513-548-5544 or by sending an e-mail.
We offer forceful and savvy defense for clients. His education at the University of Toledo College of Law prepared him to start practicing law in Ohio state and federal courts in 1996. His extensive criminal law experience allows him to offer aggressive advocacy to clients accused of even the most complex or challenging traffic offenses.
Handling a Wide Range of Traffic Tickets and Violations
From our conveniently located downtown Cincinnati law office, we handle a broad spectrum of traffic offenses, including:
- Driving on a suspended license
- Ignoring traffic signals/stop signs
- Passing a stopped school bus
- Driving on a revoked license
- Reckless driving
- Driving under the influence
Act Quickly to Protect Your Rights
Ohio law only provides a limited amount of time to challenge the accusation of a traffic violation. Consulting an attorney quickly is the best way to learn what timelines you face and any potential consequences of your choices. Contact Matt Ernst to learn more about our legal services. Call our office at 513-548-5544 or send us an e-mail
Our law office is conveniently located in downtown Cincinnati, in the Citadel building, just a block and a half from the courthouse. We serve clients throughout the greater Cincinnati area, including those in Oxford, Hamilton and West Chester.