If you have received a traffic ticket, lawyer Robert W. Keller can handle it for you
A traffic ticket lawyer? Yes.Traffic tickets may seem like petty offenses, but they often carry penalties and other collateral consequences that result in substantial expense and inconvenience.
It is easier and more effective to hire Robert W. Keller to handle your traffic tickets right after you receive them. We can improve your chances of a successful outcome if we get involved right away and we can help you avoid the inconvenience of dealing with the court yourself.
You won’t have to appear in court
We can appear in court for you so that you don’t have to waste valuable time sitting in traffic court waiting for your case to be called. This can often take hours. We will deal with the judge and the prosecutor so you don’t have to.
Keep your insurance rates low
Your insurance company is keeping an eye on your driving record. When it comes time to renew or pay your premium, your insurance may raise your rates or refuse to insure you altogether if you accumulate too many tickets or get even one serious traffic ticket.
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Save your points
The State of Wisconsin operates on a Demerit Point System. The Department of Transportation assigns a numerical value to a citation representing the seriousness of the violation. If you accumulate 12 points within a 1 year period, your driver’s license will be
Oftentimes a police officer will write several citations during a traffic stop, putting your driver’s license in jeopardy from a single event.
The primary goal in most traffic ticket cases is to lower the points associated with the violations. We can often get tickets dismissed or reduced to non-moving violations so there will be no impact on the operating privilege.
Save your driver’s license
If you have tickets on your record already, keep in mind that the points will add up. A minor moving violation could put you over the 12 point limit resulting in a suspension.
Some citations result in an immediate suspension. For example, Speeding in Excess of the Limit Greater than 25 MPH results in an immediate suspension if occurring in certain speed zones.
For some traffic-related violations, the judge has the discretion to suspend your driver’s License. If you have a probationary license, you may have even a greater chance of losing your license for traffic violations.
Traffic ticket lawyer Robert W. Keller can review your driving record and your case and negotiate with prosecutors to find a solution that will prevent a suspension or revocation.
Serious traffic violations
Traffic violations will often serve as the basis for charging serious crimes. Drunk Driving or Driving After Revocation can result in Jail Time and a License Revocation. If an accident occurs and someone is injured, the offense could become a felony. Mandatory jail could be part of the equation.
Fleeing and Eluding and Failing to Stop can result in criminal charges for which people often serve jail time.
If you have been accused of a serious traffic violation, contact criminal defense attorney Robert W. Keller for a free consultation. Learn about the penalties associated with serious traffic violations and let us help you avoid them.