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Traffic violations can vary from a simple speeding ticket to more serious misdemeanor and felony offenses. If you receive more than 11 points on your license or 3 speeding violations within an-18 month period, the DMV suspends your license. Fighting a ticket in court can be a hassle, especially if it is not in the town where you live. You can receive a license suspension for having too many points or for having three speeds within an eighteen-month period. Under new D.M.V. regulations, a conviction for a violation can result in a lifetime review of your driving record to determine whether you license should be revoked in accordance with said regulations.
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Certain traffic offenses can result in a criminal conviction and carry the possibility of jail or probation:
Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle
Driving a Motor Vehicle without an ignition interlock device when it has been ordered by a Court
There are certain technical defenses that can result in the dismissal of your charge(s). I will negotiate on your behalf, and will take your charge to trial if necessary. If you do not live in the town where you obtained the ticket, or are unable to go to court, many courts accept a properly notarized affidavit that allows me to make court appearances for you.