Criminal Vehicle Code Offenses

Not all traffic offenses are infractions, aka traffic tickets.  For example, DUI is a criminal offense.  There are other Vehicle Code violations as well that are criminal offenses.  Reckless driving, exhibition of speed, and driving on a suspended license are a few examples.  The main difference between a criminal traffic violation and a traffic ticket infraction is that you can be sentenced to jail time for a criminal offense.  In addition to a criminal conviction being on your record, most criminal Vehicle Code offenses carry 2 points on your driving record.  This will likely result in higher insurance premiums and could possible result in a negligent operator suspension.

If you have been cited or arrested for a criminal Vehicle Code violation CONTACT our office today for a free and confidential consultation.  

You Are Not Alone

Facing DUI charges is an unpleasant experience. We are here for our clients through every step of the process and will make sure that you receive the best representation possible. You will always be able to reach us when you have questions about your case. You can be assured that we will fight to obtain the best possible outcome.

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There is no charge for the DUI phone consultation. We want to hear everything that happened both before and after you were arrested. Attorney Robert D. Berglund will personally speak with you about your case and provide you with an honest analysis. Contact us today.

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