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Speeding In A Work Zone

Speeding in a Work Zone

Come milder weather in the Spring, Summer, and Fall, the roads in and around Pittsburgh all seem to become work zones. However, it’s possible that you may have missed a work zone sign. Too late, you realized that work was going on. You drove too fast through an active work zone, and now you’re sitting in your car at the side of the road, and a cop is writing you a ticket for speeding in a work zone.

Speeding is the most common reason for the police to issue traffic tickets in Pittsburgh, and those tickets can add up to big headaches. These citations can mean points added to your license, massive fines, and skyrocketing insurance premiums. It’s even possible for you to lose your driver’s license. A situation like this is one that we at Logue Law Group can assist you with. We have Pittsburgh Speeding Ticket Lawyers with a 95% or better success rate, and we can assist you as you endeavor to minimize or avoid these issues. Logue Law Group has the most competent and able Criminal Lawyers that you’ll find anywhere.

Facts About Speeding in Work Zones

Pennsylvania takes the safety of its road workers seriously. Work zones are clearly marked with orange and white barrels and cones, signs, and altered speed limits. Drivers are expected to slow down when entering a work zone and obey the posted speeds. Speeding in an active work zone means double the fines and court costs.

If you drive as little as 1 MPH over the speed limit in an active work zone, you can be charged with speeding.

Speeding Within the Work Zone: Penalties

  • Driving up to 10 MPH over the speed limit in a work zone: 2 points
  • Driving 11-15 MPH over the speed limit in a work zone: 3 points and suspension of your license for 15 days
  • Driving 16-25 MPH over the speed limit in a work zone: 4 points and suspension of your license for 15 days
  • Driving 26-30 MPH over the speed limit in a work zone: 5 points and suspension of your license for 15 days
  • Driving 31 MPH or higher over the speed limit in a work zone: 5 points, suspension of your license for 15 days, and the possibility of additional penalties as determined by a hearing examiner

Steps to Take if the Cops Pull You Over

  • Be polite
  • Do not argue with the cop or get angry
  • Shut the car off, but avoid getting out of the vehicle
  • How our attorneys can help
  • Peace of Mind- When you hire one of our lawyers, you have the peace of mind of knowing that you have a good chance of coming out with a lesser punishment.
  • Higher chance to win the case- Our lawyers are experienced in traffic laws and cases, which means you have a better chance of winning the case.
  • Affordable cost- Our lawyers charge a flat fee, which makes it easier for you to budget, especially if you are facing fines and penalties.

Getting a traffic ticket for speeding in a work zone is never a fun experience. It is well worth your time, effort, and money to hire one of our lawyers to fight for you and try to get your ticket dismissed. They are experienced in traffic court and knowledgeable about traffic laws and will work with you to determine your best chance for a good outcome.

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    Logue Law Group

    Sean Logue and his associates at Logue Law Group are highly trained and have years of experience in the defense of traffic violations. They are aggressive and tenacious, and fight hard for their clients. If you find yourself receiving a ticket for speeding in a work zone, call them for a free initial consultation at (412) 612-2210. They can also be reached online.

    Logue Law Group serves Ohio, West Virginia, the city of Pittsburgh, and its surrounding areas.

    If you’d like more information about Pennsylvania Traffic Violation Law, including descriptions and definitions of traffic violations, you will find it in the Pennsylvania Code under Title 75.

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