Title 75 of the Pennsylvania Statutes covers Vehicles and traffic violations. This Title has over 350 pages of different charges that you can be charged with.
Many of these charges carry “points” that Pennsylvania uses to determine your eligibility to have a driver’s license. Losing your driver’s license can be detrimental to you and your family. These “point assignments” can also be extremely dangerous when you have a Commercial Driver’s License, as certain offenses can trigger automatic suspensions. If you drive for a living that means you will not have your license to do that work, in addition to insurance issues and costs, as well fines.
Traffic offenses can be successfully contested in Pennsylvania with a defense team who is not afraid to look at all of the facts, the laws, and any other factors that apply to each individual case.
Vehicle and Traffic Offenses in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania include:
- Aggravated Assault by Vehicle
- Careless Driving
- Disobeying Traffic Ordinances
- Driving while Suspended
- Point Violations
- Proper Insurance
- Proper Registration
- Properly Licensed
- Reckless Driving
- Roadways Laned for Traffic
- Running a Red Light or Stop Sign
- Seat Belt Violation
- Turning Violations
- Window Tint Violation
Each situation is unique to their set of facts. It is important that you hire an experienced team to join you in the fight against the Government. The team at Manchester and Associates has decades of experience and training infighting these types of cases. Should you find yourself in a situation where you need legal representation, you need to contact criminal defense attorneys who know the law inside and out. To discuss your specific situation, contact our team for a free consultation at our toll free number (800)-243-4878 or through the contact tab at the top of the page.