Why You Should Fight Against Traffic Violations
Most people get a parking ticket or a speeding ticket and they just pay it. They don’t want to take the time to go fight the ticket in court and they don’t think the ticket is important enough to bother. However, there are a lot of good reasons to fight traffic tickets in New York. Every ticket involves points on your driving record and increased insurance rates. If you get too many points, you could lose your driving privileges altogether. It is important to fight traffic violations aggressively.
At The Law Office of Raji S. Zeidan, PC, you will find a lawyer with more than a decade of criminal defense experience. The firm serves clients in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, Ulster County and throughout New York state. Attorney Zeidan will represent you in court to fight your traffic ticket or more serious violation to protect your finances and your right to drive. The firm has a track record of success in fighting tickets, getting fines and points reduced, getting tickets dismissed and retaining clients’ driving privileges.
Common Traffic Violations
The firm represents clients in traffic cases involving:
- Speeding tickets
- Parking tickets
- Reckless driving tickets
- Using a phone or portable device while driving
- Failure to yield to pedestrians
- Drunk driving
Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is among the most common and most serious traffic violation cases we handle. People from any walk of life can be charged with DWI, yet the penalties and the social damage to your reputation could be catastrophic if convicted. It is important to fight DWI charges well. Whether you are charged with a parking violation or vehicular manslaughter, you need an aggressive, experienced lawyer who will do whatever is possible to reduce the penalties you will face.
Contact Attorney Raji S. Zeidan Today
If you have been charged with a traffic offense, your first step should be to call an attorney right away. Contact the firm by calling 845-233-6704 or by filling out our online contact form.