In A Traffic Jam? Know Your Rights!
Points against your driving privileges and insurance costs. If you ever wonder how important it is to fight a speeding ticket or a reckless driving charge, it all comes down to points and insurance costs. Under Ohio law, you can lose your driver's license after a single traffic violation. Just one speeding ticket on your record can increase your car insurance costs by hundreds of dollars each year. At the traffic violations defense law office of Amy M. Levine & Associates, we use every resource and legal option to aggressively fight your traffic ticket. Attorney Amy Levine has earned a reputation throughout western West Virginia and central Ohio for focusing on outcomes that make a difference. It's your freedom to drive. Let us protect it.
If you have received a traffic ticket in western West Virginia or Ohio, contact the Ohio criminal defense attorney's office of Amy M. Levine & Associates to meet with us about our aggressive defense. We will fight to save your freedom to drive, and protect your insurance costs.
Traffic Violation Defense:
- OVI, DWI, drunk driving defense
- Felony vehicular criminal charges
- Hit-and-run violation offense
- Speeding ticket defense
- Reckless driving
- Criminal vehicular assault
- DUS, driving under suspension charges
- DMV administrative hearings, license reinstatement
A Special Note About BMV And DMV Administrative Hearings
Having your driver's license suspended can create major problems for people who depend on their car for work. The Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) or Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has the option to reinstate driver's licenses to drivers who can prove special hardships caused by the suspension. Contact our offices to discuss our aggressive representation at your DMV administrative hearing to get your license reinstated. Let us help get you back on the road.
If you have received a traffic violation, fight to protect your record and your insurance costs. Contact the Ohio traffic lawyer's office of Amy M. Levine & Associates today.