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Keep Your Record Clean After A Traffic Violation

Traffic violations may not seem like a major legal setback, but they can have a negative impact on your driving record and your finances. One speeding ticket won't cost you your driver's license, but it does set a precedent that may seem like a pattern to the next police officer who pulls you over.

Perhaps even more importantly, traffic violations can cause your car insurance rates to go up. Long after you have paid the ticket itself, you will be paying higher monthly premiums.

At Gregory Paul Johnson, P.C., our criminal defense attorneys can help you keep your driving record as clean as possible. We will help you stand up for your rights in traffic court, challenging tickets and insisting that law enforcement agencies provide evidence to support the ticket or arrest.

A Clean Driving Record Is Invaluable

Keeping your driving record clean is just as important as keeping your criminal record clean. Your driving record can come up in unexpected situations, such as when applying for jobs, housing and loans.

The lawyers at Gregory Paul Johnson, P.C., are committed to helping you avoid negative consequences for innocent mistakes and misunderstandings on the road. Those consequences can include:

  • Fines
  • Jail or prison time
  • A suspension of your driver's license
  • Increased car insurance premiums
  • Vehicle forfeiture
  • Installation of a ignition interlock device
  • Chemical dependency treatment
  • Probation/parole supervision

Contact Our Firm | Arrange A Free Consultation

Get the experienced traffic violation defense you deserve. Contact our firm, Gregory Paul Johnson, P.C., at our Billings, Montana, office for a free, no-obligation consultation. Call 406-272-0116, or email us.