Defending You Against Serious Motor Vehicle Offenses In Montgomery County
There are some traffic offenses that are far more serious than speeding tickets or other violations. The consequences of a speeding ticket include a fine and points on your driving record. If you get enough points, you could face suspension of your driver’s license. For a criminal motor vehicle offense, you face jail time and a permanent criminal record.
Silver Spring attorney James N. Papirmeister has defended thousands of people charged with misdemeanor and felony motor vehicle offenses in Montgomery County, Maryland. For a free initial consultation about your case, call 301-589-2100 or 301-367-6500 after hours.
What Are Criminal Traffic Offenses?
Criminal traffic offenses are those for which you can serve time in jail. These offenses would also result in a permanent criminal record. Examples of criminal traffic offenses include:
- Driving under the influence (DUI)
- Leaving the scene of an accident
- Reckless driving
- Driving without insurance
- Driving with a suspended license
- Driving with a revoked license
- Fleeing and eluding police officers
As a former prosecutor with the Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office, James N. Papirmeister understands how the state handles criminal traffic cases. He is here to protect your driving privileges and your future. No one would want to have a criminal traffic conviction on their record.