Many people assume they have no choice but to pay the fine after receiving a ticket. In fact, paying the ticket is an admission of guilt and will go on your driving record. While it is true that only one ticket may not have a serious effect, it will compound and create additional costs and problems if you receive another ticket in the near future. It is always worth exploring whether you should fight your ticket. Under Washington law, you can have your driver's license suspended for having too many traffic violations in a year. We think your license is worth protecting, and we have the experience you need to protect your privileges and rights.
We accept major credit cards. Free initial telephone consultation about your traffic violation.
The Law Offices of Magnuson Lowell P.S., is ready to help you start protecting your driving record and your insurance premiums. We have the experience and resources to investigate whether the police had a legitimate legal reason for stopping you, or whether after doing so, they acted properly in citing you.
Our attorneys know the legal strategies and motions that are necessary to prevent illegal evidence from being used against you. Whatever your traffic offense, it is important to talk to an experienced criminal defense attorney before rolling over and paying it. Frequently, a ticket can be thrown out on a minor technicality, or can be avoided through a deferral. We look for every available option.
- Speeding ticket defense
- Reckless driving, excessive speeding
- Hit and run
- Driving while license suspended, DWLS
- All moving violations
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Contact our traffic violation attorneys at our offices in Redmond, Washington, for a free telephone consultation to discuss the circumstances of your traffic violation. We will give you an honest appraisal of your options. You may also call us at 425-242-4021 or 888-312-9484.