Did You Get A Distracted Driving Ticket?
Using a cellphone to talk or text while you are driving is dangerous. Some studies equate the risk from cellphone use while driving with the risk of driving while drunk. Most of us now recognize the danger of driving while intoxicated. But that was not always the case. We were able to fight the dangers of drunk driving through a concerted campaign that raised awareness among the public and that pushed legislatures to pass tougher laws against drunk driving.
We are just now seeing the same sort of effort being applied to distracted driving. There are new laws in New York that restrict talking or texting on a cellphone while driving. Many people are not aware that what they are doing is against the law until they are ticketed for it.
Keep Points Off Your Driver’s License And Your Insurance Rates From Increasing
Like any type of traffic violation, a distracted driving ticket will add points to your driver’s license and can raise your insurance rates. You can fight a distracted driving ticket and win with experienced defense representation. Our firm has the extensive criminal defense experience to fight your ticket.
Aggressive, Results-Oriented Criminal Defense
At the Law Office of Patrick M. Noe, Jr., in Buffalo, we know how to defend our clients against traffic violations. We also know that you should fight traffic violations. Too many people simply accept their tickets, pay them, and try and move on. Just because an officer gives you a ticket does not mean you are guilty. You owe it to yourself to discuss your situation with us during a free initial consultation.
Learn More About Fighting Your Ticket
There is no need for you to pay a distracted driving ticket without first learning more about the possibility of fighting it. Attorney Noe offers aggressive and professional criminal defense. To learn more about how we can help you, call 716-803-8741 or contact us online for a free initial consultation.