Easton, Maryland Traffic Violation Attorney

Minor traffic violations can still have future consequences, and paying a ticket means pleading guilty.  Traffic violations incur points on the driver’s license, and enough of them could result in the driver’s license being suspended.

Prior to January 1, 2011 Maryland drivers who received a payable traffic citation knew that they would receive a trial date in the mail if they didn’t pay the ticket.   Now, drivers must mail in a part of the ticket requesting a trial date within 30 days of receiving the citation.  If the driver fails to do so, they could have their license suspended.

Information regarding your citation can be found on the Judiciary’s online Case Search here.

Traffic violations – Maryland vehicle and traffic violations can severely affect driving privileges. We defend clients in all traffic matters, including:

  • Speeding tickets
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving with a suspended license
  • Driving with a revoked license
  • Road rage
  • Driving while Intoxicated

Aggressive lawyer defending those accused of traffic violations in Maryland

For assistance with traffic violations, please contact Ramon Gras at 410-770-9900 to arrange a consultation.