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Criminal Vehicle Code Offenses

In addition to driving under the influence (DUI) and driving on a suspended license, there are a number of other traffic violations that are criminal offenses (as opposed to traffic tickets, which are infractions).  Reckless driving and exhibition of speed are two common examples.  Some suspended license violations can also be misdemeanors.  The main difference between a criminal traffic violation and a traffic ticket infraction is that you can be sentenced to jail time for a criminal offense.  In addition to a criminal conviction being on your record, and showing up on a background check, most criminal Vehicle Code offenses carry 2 points on your driving record.  This will likely result in higher insurance premiums and could possible result in a negligent operator suspension by the DMV.

If you have been cited or arrested for a criminal Vehicle Code violation CONTACT our office today for a free and confidential consultation.  

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Our office specializes in representing individuals facing traffic violations. We represent our clients in both court and at DMV hearings. Your case will be handled with the personalized attention and expertise that it deserves.

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There is no charge for the phone consultation. Our office specializes in representing individuals facing traffic violations. Attorney Robert D. Berglund will personally speak with you about your case and provide you with an honest analysis. Contact us today.