Traffic Tickets Lawyer in Ellicott City
Experienced Representation for Serious & Complex Cases in Maryland
Traffic tickets may not seem very serious but can have a negative impact on your driving record and insurance rates. If you want to fight the charges, an experienced and knowledgeable attorney can help. At Robert N. Keehner, Attorney at Law, our Ellicott City traffic tickets attorney can represent your interests and work to minimize the impact of the ticket on your life.
Get in touch with us today at (410) 593-1582 to discuss your situation with our defense lawyer.
Things to Consider Before Pleading Guilty
Often, people feel that the easiest thing to do is just plead guilty, pay the fine, and move on with their lives. However, before you plead guilty to a seemingly minor offense, there are a few things that should be considered. The impact on your life may cost more than an attorney. For example, small offenses can result in accumulating points that can result in license suspension and your insurance rates may increase.
Representation for Complex Traffic Cases
An experienced and knowledgeable attorney may be able to get the charges or fines reduced. Attorney Keehner has decades of experience, both as a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor. He knows local judges and opposing counsel and uses his experience to negotiate effectively with opposing counsel to help get charges reduced.
Our attorney represents clients facing charges for:
- Second and subsequent DUI offenses
- Driving with a suspended or revoked license
- Driving without insurance
- Fraudulent use of a license
- Negligent or reckless driving
- Vehicular homicide
- Leaving the scene of an accident, or hit and run
Our Ellicott City traffic lawyer takes the time to get to know our clients and the facts of each case to build a unique and effective defense for our clients. He is honest about your situation and the possible outcome of the case. Our law firm offers free consultations, so you can discuss your case and determine if fighting the ticket is the best solution in your case.