Experienced Traffic Ticket Attorneys in Franklin, Brentwood & Columbia, TN Protect Your License
Capable representation for civil offense, misdemeanor and felony traffic violations in Spring Hill, Murfreesboro, Lawrenceburg and Pulaski, Tennessee
If you’ve received a traffic citation in Tennessee, you’re probably not happy about the fine, but may be more inclined to pay the fine than to hire an attorney to fight it. In the short term, that may seem like a cost-effective decision, but having a guilty plea on your record can have costly long-term consequences. Under Tennessee’s point system for traffic offenses, if you accumulate 12 points in a one-year period, you lose your license. Additionally, insurance companies raise premiums when their policyholders accumulate points. The Law Offices of Adrian H. Altshuler & Associates has more than 20 years of experience helping Tennessee motorists minimize the impact of a traffic citation. We can help you fight your traffic ticket, saving you money and preserving your driving privileges.
Brentwood attorneys fight traffic tickets to keep points off your license
Altshuler & Associates defends Tennessee motorists throughout Franklin, Spring Hill, Columbia, Lawrenceburg, Murfreesboro and Pulaski from charges that range from speeding tickets to DUI license suspensions. We also vigorously represent commercial drivers for whom a license is a livelihood. Common citations that put points on your license include:
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Effective defense to misdemeanor and felony traffic violations in middle Tennessee
Certain moving violations go beyond a civil offense to a criminal one. These misdemeanor and felony traffic violations involve jail time and high fines, such as:
- Unlicensed drag racing – In any area open to the public, a Class B misdemeanor can result in vehicle seizure, one-year license revocation, maximum of six months in jail and $500 fine. Unlicensed drag racing that results in bodily injury to a person is vehicular assault and a Class D felony, resulting in a one-year license revocation, a prison term of two to twelve years and a maximum fine of $5,000.
- Reckless driving – driving in a manner that disregards the safety of others. Class B misdemeanor, maximum of six months in jail and $500 fine
- Reckless endangerment – Class A misdemeanor
- Child endangerment – Charges range from Class A misdemeanor to Class D felony
- Fleeing and eluding an officer – Charges range from Class A misdemeanor to Class D felony
Contact a determined traffic ticket defense lawyer for moving violations in Tennessee
Traffic ticket defense attorneys at The Law Offices of Adrian H. Altshuler & Associates serve Williamson County and Middle Tennessee. If you have been cited for a moving violation, we have the knowledge and experience to fight your ticket. Call us today at 615-977-9370 or use our convenient online form to schedule your free initial consultation.