The Law Office of Lisa M. Cincilla
Did you recently receive a traffic citation? If so, you have ten days from the date of the citation to plead guilty or not guilty. Failure to respond to the citation could result in additional fines, license suspension and a traffic warrant could be issued for your arrest.
Simply paying the fine means you are pleading guilty to the violation. This can have serious consequences, such as points on your driving record, suspension of your license, increased insurance premiums, and in some cases, possible prison sentences.
I have a proven track record of negotiating traffic citations which result in reduced charges, points and/or fines.
If you have a CDL, even minor offenses can have serious consequences. I have experience in representing CDL drivers and can assist you.
In some cases, it may be more cost effective for you to simply pay the fine. I will review your case and determine if it makes sense to hire an attorney.
If you recently pled guilty to a traffic citation, there is still time to have an attorney review your case. You have 30 days from the date of your guilty plea to file an appeal. I can assist you in filing the appeal, and represent you at the hearing.
In many cases, I can negotiate a reduction in charges, points and/or fines without you having to appear in court.
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