Don’t Underestimate The Consequences Of Connecticut Motor Vehicle Offenses
Buckle up, hold on, and prepare for the ride of your life; whether it is an easy or difficult one is up to you and your law firm. Getting a Connecticut driving conviction is no laughing matter, and you do not have to be a “bad” person to get in this kind of trouble, either.
Low-level motor vehicle offenses can result in the suspension of your driving privileges if you are convicted. If you are then unlucky enough to get caught driving after suspension, you may face a possible criminal record and major penalties. The buildup of just a few motor vehicle convictions can result in a history that causes long-term license suspension, supervision by adult probation and even jail. When these cases are not handled correctly, the consequences will affect your driving privilege and seriously impact your personal and professional life.
Ready To Help You Resolve Any Driving Offense Charges
It is important you contact a proven law firm that can safeguard your rights as well as your future if you have been charged with an offense such as:
- Reckless driving
- Engaging police in pursuit
- Operating without a license
- Evading responsibility (commonly called a hit-and-run accident)
- Any other type of motor vehicle offense
In Connecticut, the choice is easy: The Maddox Law Firm We know your driving privileges are vital to your daily life, and our attorneys will work tirelessly to help you keep them.
Contact Us To Learn How Our Firm Can Assist You
If you are charged with any Connecticut motor vehicle offense, it can be a frightening and overwhelming experience. We advise that you refrain from trying to handle your case on your own. It is highly recommended that you have legal support that can help you understand the criminal justice system and fight for your best interests in court. To speak to an attorney about your rights and legal options, call us at 203-298-3154 or submit an online contact form.