Fighting Speeding Tickets and Other Tickets
If you spend time driving in the Philadelphia/New Jersey area, you know that Road Construction is a near-constant process. State and local police watch construction areas closely, and cite drivers for speeding and other infractions on a regular basis.
At The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C, we provide powerful defense for people who have been cited for all types of traffic violations, including construction zone infractions. With offices in Philadelphia and Trenton, we are able to represent clients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey alike. Our attorneys work diligently to help clients keep their licenses and keep money in their pockets.
How a Skilled Traffic Lawyer Can Help
The penalties for traffic violations in work zones are usually much harsher than those for infractions under other circumstances. Fines are heavy and Driver's License Suspensions are common. As experienced Philadelphia and Trenton attorneys, we know that there are usually opportunities to negotiate with prosecutors rather than just plead guilty. We may be able to:
- Get the charges dismissed
- Have the charges reduced
- Ensure that your license is not suspended
- Negotiate for a lesser monetary penalty
When you come to us, we will scrutinize the events surrounding your citation. Law enforcement may have acted inappropriately. If correct procedures were not followed, there may be grounds for challenging the ticket. We know the traffic courts very well. We understand when a case needs to be fought and when peaceful negotiation needs to take place. We will do everything possible to overcome the possible results of a construction zone infraction.
Speeding in a Construction Zone? Call Our Lawyers.
If you were pulled over for a traffic violation in a construction zone in Philadelphia or New Jersey, do not hesitate to call our lawyers to find out about your options. Schedule a free consultation by calling 215-437-3058 (Philadelphia) or 609-257-4976 (Trenton). You can also email us and we will respond promptly.
This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.