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Speeding In A School Zone

Speeding in a School Zone

Maybe you got distracted by changing the radio station. Or, perhaps you reached for your coffee and had to rescue it from tipping over. Either way, you didn’t pay attention to the road and missed the sign announcing the school zone—or even the school itself. By then, it was too late. You drove too fast through the school zone, and before you knew it, you were being pulled over for speeding in a school zone.

Anything to do with the safety and health of children is taken very seriously by society and our lawmakers, and rightly so. Certain areas of roadways, those that pass schools and school crossings, are marked to indicate the lesser speed of 15 mph. This is to ensure that children who walk to and from school, or even those who ride with parents, are kept safe from harm on school property. Driving too fast through those restricted areas puts children in danger, and the law deals harshly with it.

Speeding is the most common reason for the police to issue traffic tickets in Pittsburgh, and those tickets can add up to big headaches. You can find yourself with points added to your license, slapped with huge fines, and faced with higher insurance premiums. You could even lose your driver’s license. This is a situation where you need someone like the attorneys at Logue Law Group to support you. Our Pittsburgh Speeding Ticket Lawyers are highly successful, and can assist you by getting these issues minimized, or even help you avoid them altogether. Our Criminal Lawyers are the most experienced and proficient attorneys that you’ll find anywhere in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

School Zone Speeding Facts

In the city of Pittsburgh, school zone speed limits are always 15 MPH.

During certain hours during the school day, you can be charged with speeding if you go only 1 MPH above the speed limit.

A conviction for driving 16 MPH or above in a school zone will get you 3 points on your license and costs/fines.

If you are caught a second time, your license will be suspended for 60 days.

Steps to Take if the Cops Pull You Over

  • Be polite
  • Do not argue with the cop or get angry
  • Turn off the vehicle, but don’t try to get out

If you are issued a speeding ticket, consult our Criminal Defense Lawyer, who will stand by you, refute any evidence, and work with you in determining your defense. Contact our best Traffic Ticket Lawyer today.

How Can We at Logue Law Group Help You?

If you have been charged with a speeding ticket/citation in the Pittsburgh area, you should immediately contact our best Traffic Ticket Lawyers. They are experienced in handling all sorts of traffic tickets, both big and small. They know what they are doing and will do it right the first time.

Every Criminal Defense Lawyer in our firm has handled countless such cases over the years and is well prepared to help you. They will review your case thoroughly and come up with an effective strategy to handle your traffic ticket, discrediting any evidence that exists. The best part is that they are truly passionate when it comes to offering personalized and highly professional legal services to clients at an affordable price. They offer flat rates for their services, which helps you budget better, and will walk you through the process and procedures you will face. They will stand beside you all the way.

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    Want to Learn More About Pennsylvania Traffic Laws?

    If you have been cited for speeding in a school zone and are looking for a Traffic Ticket Attorney, you should immediately call Logue Law Group at (412) 612-2210. You can also contact us online. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to represent you. We serve Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas, as well as West Virginia and Ohio.

    Descriptions and definitions of traffic violations are found in the Pennsylvania Traffic Code under Title 75.

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