CRIMINAL DRIVING CHARGES
What you need to know!
First, you should understand the difference between a traffic ticket and a criminal moving violation. A traffic ticket will go on your driving record and will likely raise your insurance rates, but it will not go on your criminal record. A criminal driving charge will be entered on both your driving record and your criminal record.Additionally, you could be facing real jail time and fines.
Why you need an attorney for a criminal driving charge?
The goal of an attorney in criminal driving charge representation is to protect your criminal record and keep your insurance rates low! You need to understand that you have been charged with a crime. These criminal charges include: Negligent Driving in the 1st degree, Driving with a license suspended and Reckless driving. If convicted you may face possible jail time. Additionally, an entry on your criminal record can make it difficult to obtain employment and your insurance company may drop you.
Learn more about Traffic Tickets and Criminal Driving Charges on the links below: