Traffic Offenses

While many of the traffic offenses end up in court appointments, which is a nuisance to the fines party, there are other traffic offenses that can result in criminal misdemeanor charges. If you need to fight a case to prevent many points from accumulating on your license, or if you are facing criminal charges as a result of a serious traffic crime, consult an experienced traffic attorney to address your defense options.

• Red light camera

• Speed ​​cameras

• Go to highways

• Types of traffic violations

• Driver Points System

• Speed ​​reading instruments

• Speed ​​Limit Laws Mondry & Mondry assists its clients in combating lower traffic costs as well as criminal traffic offenses, including:

• Driving with suspended license

• Driving with revoked license

• Traffic taxes

• Driving without registration

• Driving without insurance

If you have been charged with these or any other traffic offenses, contact Mondry & Mondry as soon as possible to begin protecting your rights and to discuss whether you may be eligible for a restricted license. Your lawyer will evaluate your case from the initial stoppage of traffic throughout the judicial process to ensure that your rights are upheld and that you do not face any irrational consequences as a result of your position. With a careful analysis of the police procedures and evidence in your case, a qualified traffic lawyer may be able to make the charges against you be reduced or eliminated altogether.Charges for driving under a suspended license can be an unpleasant surprise for a driver. Some drivers do not know that their licenses have been suspended until they are stopped by the police, and this becomes what they thought was a routine traffic stop on a handcuffed trip to a police station. Other motorists who make the voluntary decision to drive under a suspended or revoked license are not aware of the seriousness of the possible consequences; Specifically, being detained for this offense will bring legal action not only from the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) but also criminal charges.


Driving recklessly is a criminal offense. If you are convicted of driving recklessly you could face fines, suspension or revocation of your license, insurance premiums, and even up to one year in jail (for a later conviction within two years). Some common traffic offenses that can result in reckless driving charges include:

• Excessive speed above 20 mph over the set limit

• Inability to give in to an emergency vehicle

• Avoid the police

• Causing a car accident

• Drive to play or follow behind a vehicle 

A reckless driving conviction can affect your personal life as a result of a criminal record. To help prevent the personal and legal consequences of driving recklessly, discuss your options for advocacy with a traffic attorney as soon as possible.