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Kenosha Traffic Offense Attorney

Wisconsin Defense Lawyer for Speeding Tickets and More

Getting a traffic ticket can be a hassle, and sometimes an expensive one at that. It may be tempting to quickly pay the ticket in order to resolve the matter quickly and easily, but this mistake could cost you. By paying the ticket, you are essentially admitting that you are guilty of a traffic violation. Like many other states, Wisconsin assess points on your license for each traffic violation. If you receive too many points, you could face very serious consequences such as the revocation of your driver's license. Further, traffic violations - even minor ones - can affect your insurance premium.

Fortunately, there is a better option. You have the right to contest the charge and to be represented by an attorney. Brady Cole Trial Lawyers is skilled in fighting back against traffic citations. In many cases, we are able to have traffic citations reduced or dismissed. Fighting back can minimize or eliminate the problems that accompany a citation in Wisconsin. It is best to contact us as soon as possible after you receive a ticket, as timing is of the essence in these cases.

Kenosha Traffic Offenses Lawyer

Kenosha County Lawyer for Traffic Offenses

There are many types of traffic offenses people in Wisconsin can be cited for, some more serious than others. At the top of the seriousness scale are OWI offenses. An OWI is not a traffic violation, but a misdemeanor or felony offense.

Common types of traffic offenses we can help with include:

  • Speeding - Speeding offenses can be serious. Fortunately, we have numerous strategies we can use to defend you against speeding tickets and more serious speeding-related offenses. For example, radar systems used to detect speeding vehicles are often imperfect. We may argue that the radar was actually picking up a different vehicle's speed, or that the radar was not properly calibrated.
  • Driver's license concerns - It is incredibly common for people to learn that their license is suspended or expired only when they are pulled over. These offenses may result in an arrest.
  • Inattentive driving - This type of citation is commonly issued when a driver is allegedly seen using a cell phone while driving.
  • Imprudent driving - This is somewhat of a catch-all offense that can be issued for a number of reasons, including driving too fast for weather conditions or losing control of your vehicle. In many loss of control cases, we are able to successfully argue that you are not at fault for the loss of control.
  • Leaving the scene of an accident - Wisconsin drivers are legally obligated to stop after a collision and report the accident. Leaving the scene can be a serious traffic offense. In the most serious cases, you could be considered a hit-and-run driver.
  • Alcohol violations - Having an open container of alcohol, such as an opened beer can, can result in a citation. The same may be true for transporting alcohol in certain forbidden manners, such as keeping a resealed bottle of wine within easy reach of the driver.
  • Additional offenses - It is quite common for people to face drug charges when they are stopped by police and the drugs are spotted.

The consequences of a traffic offense can be serious and costly. Our goal as traffic offense lawyers is to fight for the best outcome possible, whether that means having your ticket dismissed or the offense reduced to minimize consequences such as points on your license.

Contact a Kenosha Traffic Offense Attorney

If you have received a traffic citation, you have better options than just paying the ticket. Brady Cole Trial Lawyers is prepared to step in and fight for a better resolution. To arrange a complimentary consultation, please contact us at 847-752-9639.

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