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Colorado Springs Traffic Violation Attorney

Sometimes we tend to view traffic violations as little more than a nuisance, and many people simply give in and pay the fine without a fight, believing that there is little to be done in their defense. But traffic tickets can be expensive, resulting in fines, time-consuming driving school attendance, and points on your license that will raise your insurance rates. You may not realize how many traffic violations can be charged as criminal offenses, in which case you could run the risk of losing your driver’s license or having to spend time in jail. If you have multiple violations, the penalties become much worse. Some criminal traffic offenses in Colorado include:

Why You Need a Colorado Springs Traffic Attorney

Having a lawyer represent you on traffic violations makes sense in several ways. You may not have to take time off to appear in court. In many cases, a good defense attorney can get the charges dismissed or reduced, thereby saving you money in fines and insurance costs and saving you from the stigma attached to having a criminal record. When you need a traffic ticket attorney in Colorado Springs—whether you are looking for a speeding ticket lawyer, a lawyer that can help with eluding the police, or a hit and run lawyer—call the Law Office of Steven Rodemer.

Traffic Violation Defenses Are Available

Defenses are available that, when raised, can make a significant difference in the outcome. Colorado Springs traffic violation lawyer Steven Rodemer will examine the circumstances of the arrest to determine whether the officer violated your rights. He will examine the possibility that the equipment that the officer used might have malfunctioned or had not been calibrated properly, or that the officer was not properly trained or certified to use the equipment. He will question the officer’s subjective version of the incident and, when possible, bring witnesses to dispute it. He will determine if you had a valid reason for the violation, for example, you were forced to speed up temporarily because another car was tailgating and you needed to avoid being rear-ended. These and many other defenses, depending on the circumstances of the alleged violation, will be thoroughly examined and used to accomplish the best possible outcome, potentially saving you money and license points, keeping you out of jail, and keeping your driving privileges intact.

Always Use an Experienced Traffic Lawyer

Because so many aspects of your life depend on your ability to drive, get top-quality legal representation for a serious traffic offense charge by contacting Colorado Springs traffic lawyer Steven Rodemer. Steve is a former prosecutor, so he knows the assistant DAs, the judges, and the court system. Don’t risk a criminal record, time spent in jail, or the loss of your license. Instead, let Steve put his knowledge and skill to work on your behalf right from the start for the best results.

If you’re facing a DMV Administrative Hearing – Steve can help you navigate the rules and requirements. He’s also published a comprehensive guide to the DMV in Colorado to help answer any questions you may have.

Call Colorado Springs criminal lawyer Steven Rodemer now to schedule your free consultation.

What Our Clients Have to Say

“Lauryn and Steve were absolutely first class in my experience with their office. The moment I brought my case to them, they were immediate in their action and EXTREMELY helpful in getting me out of a sticky situation. Lauryn specifically was invaluable on my case due to her guidance and her continuous information gathering from the courts and the distract attorney. I have already recommended multiple family and friends to their office and I will continue to come to them for any further legal advice. I HIGHLY suggest them!!!”

Rating: 5/5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Allen Fairey
March 15, 2019
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