Reducing The Negative Effects Of An Arizona Traffic Ticket Or Violation
Most of us spend a great deal of time in the car. We need to get to and from work, transport our family, run errands, go to appointments and socialize. This means that there is a good chance at one time or another we are bound to make a mistake. Maybe we were in a hurry or wanted to quickly answer a text. Maybe we had one drink more than we should have or needed to get somewhere after a suspension. It is human to make a mistake.
I am attorney William Parven. As the founder and principal attorney at Law Office of William J. Parven, PLLC, I believe that to err is human. I also believe that one mistake should not destroy the rest of your life or make every day difficult. I fight aggressively to ensure that faulty evidence is thrown out and that weak charges are challenged. In every instance, I seek to win even before a trial. After over a decade of helping people defend their rights, I understand what’s at stake and how to fight to win.
Why Fight A Traffic Ticket Or Violation?
Something as simple as speeding in Arizona can cause you to accrue “points” on your license. One or more speeding tickets, depending on the nature of the incident, can warrant the suspension of your license. While it seems that the simplest solution is simply to pay a ticket, this is very rarely in your best interest.
You should fight speeding, reckless driving, drugged or drunk driving and other traffic violation citations. You should fight them because:
- A single ticket or violation can cost you a lot in fines and can increase your insurance rates.
- Some charges can result in jail time.
- An Arizona DUI can mean jail time, a criminal record, loss of driving privileges and an interlock device.
- Any violation will mean points on your license.
- If you are a commercial driver or if you drive for a living you can lose your license and job. Commercial drivers are not eligible for Arizona Defensive Driving School. If you are from out of state, your state may have a different points system. Since these cases can be more complex and more is at stake, it is in your best interest to understand what you’re up against.
The best first step is to meet with an Arizona DUI attorney to assess your case. Initial meetings are free, and you will gain an understanding of your options and the process. Get answers to DUI-related questions and what you should do after a DUI charge in Arizona.
Work With An Attorney Who Fights To Win
Do not dismiss a speeding ticket or reckless driving charge. There are often more options in a case that can help you move past the charge and get back on with your life. Call me at 520-600-3379 or send me an inquiry. I will fight to win.