Traffic Cases in Solano County
Fight Your Traffic Ticket!
Receiving a ticket for a traffic offense and then dealing with the subsequent administrative and financial requirements can be a very frustrating experience. The ticket itself may be incorrect or based on poor observations by the officer who issued the ticket. Depending on the nature of your traffic violation, points are added to your record which can increase your insurance rates. Fines are steep and you could be in jeopardy of losing your driver's license.
There are more serious offences that you can also be charged with concerning a traffic incident. You could be charged with a DUI,
driving on a suspended license or
vehicular manslaughter. These offenses could result in severe fines and being sentenced to jail. No matter the severity of the offence, a Solano County criminal defense attorney will be able to go over the traffic case in detail with you and develop an exact strategy for your defense.
Defending Unjust Charges and Penalties
Failing to take care of a traffic violation correctly could adversely affect your future. Many people take the privilege of driving for granted until they are threatened with having their license suspended or revoked. Driving has become a necessity in our daily lives so it becomes very importance to defend against unjust tickets and penalties. At Petty and Warshawsky, Attorneys at Law, we have successfully defended others against infractions and criminal charges concerning traffic cases.
Our attorneys feel it is important to ensure that our clients are serviced using our 35 years of combined experience in criminal defense. We provide tough representation regardless of the charge. Traffic laws are complex and being charged with a serious offense can be frightening if you do not have someone on your side willing to fight for you.
We are proud to serve the Solano County communities of Benicia,
Contra Costa and
Contact a criminal defense lawyer in Vacaville
if you have received an unjust traffic ticket or face more serious traffic offenses.