Getting help from a New York traffic violations attorney

No one enjoys getting a traffic ticket. Fines are expensive, and if you get too many points on your license your driving privileges could be taken away from you. Besides, a moving violation such as a speeding ticket, failing to yield, a drinking and driving charge, reckless driving or following too closely can make your car insurance rates go up.

While you may not enjoy getting speeding tickets or a red light violation citation, at least you can understand why the police officer stopped you: you were going too fast, or you drove through a red light. Some traffic violations are not as easy to understand.

For example, passing a stopped school bus with its red lights flashing that is picking up children will probably lead to a police officer citing you for what is clearly a school bus violation. But what about the traffic ticket you receive in the mail because a camera caught you going through a red light at an intersection that you clearly recall entering just as the light turned yellow? Could you have been the victim of officials reducing the time allowed under a yellow light in order to increase the number of violations, as we discussed in a recent posting?

Fighting traffic violations can be difficult to do on your own in Rockland County, New York City and other communities throughout the state. First, you have to know and understand the law and how it applies to the facts of your particular case. Even if you read up on the law, you are still at a disadvantage going up against seasoned prosecutors and police officers who are trained professionals.

When you get a traffic ticket, you need a seasoned professional representation. At the Law Offices of Zev Goldstein PLLC, one of our skilled attorneys will be there at your side to provide the defense that you need and deserve to protect you from the points, fines and suspended license penalties that might be imposed on you. Visit our website for more information about how we can help you deal with your moving violation.