Traffic Offense Lawyers in Solano County
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While some may argue that an attorney is unnecessary in the face of a traffic offense, this could not be further from the truth. In fact, some traffic offenses are felonies and a conviction may result in years in state prison. Other traffic offenses are minor and can be resolved by paying a fine, but paying a ticket means that you are basically pleading guilty to the offense. Even a minor speeding ticket can result in points assessed on your driving record, and if you accumulate enough points your license may be suspended.
If you are facing a traffic violation, contact our traffic ticket lawyers for a FREE consultation now!
Types of Traffic Offenses in Vallejo, California
A traffic offense may range in severity to an infraction all the way to a felony offense. An infraction is an offense which is punishable by a fine only, and no possible jail time. A misdemeanor is the next step up, punishable by up to 12 months in county jail. A felony is the most serious and is punishable by a minimum of 1 year in state prison.
Our experienced attorneys provide representation for all types of traffic offenses, including:
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We help clients throughout all of Solano County and Napa County, California. By reviewing your legal matter and addressing your particular concerns, our lawyers can give you the legal guidance you need so that you can make a well-informed decision regarding whether to fight your ticket. If you are facing serious criminal charges, the attorneys at our firm can protect your rights in criminal court.
Contacting the Solano County traffic defense lawyers at Maas and Russo is a good choice if you received a citation or were arrested for a traffic offense.
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