The Law Takes Traffic Violations Seriously. So Should You.

Let's say that a police officer pulls you over and gives you a ticket or arrests you for a traffic violation. Many people do not take this incident seriously, but the state of Pennsylvania does. Traffic violations can have long-lasting effects on your driving privileges and your driving record. They can also result in expensive fines, additional license suspensions, and, in some cases, jail time. If you have been charged with a traffic violation, you should work with an attorney who can defend you from these charges.

You need lawyers who take driving offenses just as seriously as the state of Pennsylvania. At Ebner, Nevins & McAllister, LLC, we will work to protect your driving record and defend your rights as a driver. We represent clients accused of traffic crimes, including, but not limited to:

Do not risk your driving privileges or your freedom if you are accused of a traffic violation. Seek out the advice of our dedicated attorneys before pleading guilty.

Are The Consequences Of A Driving Offense Really That Bad?

Far too many people who are charged with a traffic violation choose to simple plead guilty and pay the fine, only to encounter harsh penalties that they did not expect, such as points on a driving record or an additional license suspension. In Pennsylvania, a conviction for a driving offense can negatively affect your career choices, housing options, drivers' license and personal reputation. You would be wise to consult an attorney who can explain the criminal penalties that come with your particular traffic citation.

Work With A Lawyer

By contacting a skilled attorney, you can fight the traffic citations filed against you. We are here to help you through the process. Contact Ebner, Nevins & McAllister, LLC, at our office in Reading, and schedule a consultation by calling 484-258-2204 or sending an online form.