Common Traffic Offenses in Orange County
The mildest form of a traffic violation is an infraction such as driving above the speed limit, failing to stop at a stop sign, text-driving, or making an illegal turn, for example. Driving without a valid license or on a suspended license is a misdemeanor and may involve jail time, especially if you have been convicted of a prior offense. If you were previously convicted of DUI and you are later charged with driving on a suspended license, the law provides for a mandatory jail sentence. Even without a prior conviction if you are charged with either of the above, you need to retain an attorney to protect your rights, and, ultimately your freedom. The court does not care that you had to drive to get to work.
Don’t hesitate to invoke your Constitutional rights, especially your right to an attorney. For capable defense representation in Orange County, call attorney Charmaine Druyor at 714.595.3737 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.