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Traffic Tickets Can be Costly—Hire the Help You Need

If you find yourself getting a ticket, whether it is a speeding ticket or a ticket for some other moving violation, you need an attorney on your side to protect your interests. In Maryland, most traffic convictions will be considered current on your record for two years following the date of your conviction, and if you accumulate several tickets during that length of time, you could have your license suspended or revoked, putting employment and essential mobility in jeopardy. Why Should I Contest a Ticket? While you may think a minor speeding ticket will have little impact beyond the hit to your...

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I Was Ticketed with Reckless Driving—What Can I Do?

In Maryland, as in any state, reckless driving is no small charge, although charges that might fall under the category of reckless driving in other states is considered aggressive driving in the Old Line State. Reckless driving charges can be filed if a person is caught driving a motor vehicle with what is considered blatant or shameless disregard for the health and safety of other people or property, and the results can be costly. A driver convicted of reckless driving can be assessed six points on their driving record and fined up to $1,000. He or she will also be required...

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