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Even A Minor Traffic Offense Can Have Major Consequences

Traffic offenses are not unusual. Acts such as rolling through a stop sign, failing to use a turn signal or simply parking in the wrong place are relatively common infractions. These types of violations, no matter how seemingly minor, can, however, have a significant impact on your life. Traffic offenses can result in heightened insurance premiums, heavy fines and possibly even the loss of your license or jail time.

At Russell & Ireland Law Group, LLC, our experienced criminal law attorneys help clients defend themselves against burdensome traffic offenses. Covington residents’ livelihoods are often innately tied to their ability to drive, and a threat to that privilege can sometimes be disastrous. In the face of a traffic violation, an aggressive defense can go a long way.

A Strong Defense For An Assortment Of Violations

In the state of Kentucky, a points system is used to measure a driver’s negligence. The accumulation of 12 points in the span of two years can result in a driver’s license suspension. Offenses are weighted based on their severity, but some common offenses include:

  • Stop violations
  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Texting while driving
  • Improper turning

At Russell & Ireland Law Group, LLC, our lawyers are adept at fighting these charges and many more. We are also well-versed in defending nonmoving violations, which can include offenses like parking tickets and excessive muffler noise.

Find Out How We Can Help You Today

If you need the services of a skilled traffic offense attorney, contact our firm today. We can arrange for a free consultation and devise a defense strategy to help you get back on track. Call us at 859-535-0180, or send us an email to find out more information.

Our family is dedicated to helping yours — call today to find out how. From our office in Covington, we proudly help drivers keep their records clean throughout northern Kentucky and Ohio.