Pennsylvania Suspended Driver’s License Attorneys
Herr & Low, P.C., is experienced in handling traffic offenses and driver’s license problems. Driving-related issues range from speeding tickets to more serious charges, such as leaving the scene of an accident involving damage to attended property, which carries a mandatory six-month license suspension.
The Collateral Consequences Of A Traffic Ticket
Did you know that a simple speeding ticket is not always so simple? Depending on how fast you were going and how many previous tickets are on your record, you may lose your driver’s license.
Many unwary motorists plead guilty to what they think is a minor charge only to receive notification from PennDOT that their license has been suspended. The police do not have any obligation to tell you that, if you plead guilty to certain offenses, there could be loss of license! To be safe, consult an attorney before pleading guilty to any offense, including traffic offenses.
Depending on the situation, a resolution to your charge may be negotiated so that no points will be placed on your license affecting your right to drive.
Herr & Low’s representation in driving-related issues also includes:
- Driving on a suspended or revoked license
- Leaving the scene of an accident
- Reckless driving or careless driving
Fees And Costs
There is an initial consultation fee of $85 for motor vehicle code matters. Attorney’s fees are usually charged on a flat fee basis and depend upon which stage of the proceeding is involved and the complexity of the case. All fees must be paid in advance before the
attorney will attend any proceeding. For driver’s licensing issues, the initial consultation fee is $150 and any fees thereafter will be determined by your attorney at the initial consultation.
To arrange a consultation about your case with an experienced defense lawyer, please contact us today by email or call us toll free: 888-826-6103. From our office in Lancaster, Herr & Low serves clients throughout central Pennsylvania.