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There is a difference between a criminal traffic offense, and a mere civil traffic ticket. Typical civil traffic infractions like speeding are not criminal offenses. They are mere infractions and do not result in jail time or probation. In fact, most people will not go to court for a civil traffic ticket unless they choose to fight the ticket and demand a hearing.
Offenses such as DUI, reckless driving, and driving with a suspended license with knowledge (knowing that your license was suspended when you were caught driving) are criminal offenses. Criminal traffic offenses can result in jail time, probation, high fines, and a criminal record. Jason Hicks has experience fighting all criminal traffic offenses and issues including:
Jason Hicks has been routinely successful in getting many people's drivers licenses reinstated from 5-year suspensions. Call our office to find out how and to see if you are eligible.
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