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Speeding Tickets Citations

Speeding Tickets Citations

If you or a loved one has received a speeding ticket citation, you will need a Pittsburgh criminal defense attorney with skill and experience in speeding ticket law to represent you and protect your rights.

In Pittsburgh, as in all of Pennsylvania, you can be issued a ticket for driving anywhere from 16 MPH in a school zone or active work zone to 90 MPH on the expressway. Penalties for speeding are serious and include points on your driving record, fines, and in some cases, a suspended license.

A speeding ticket, even if it’s your first one, can lead to increasing complications in your life. In addition to the points added to your license, your insurance premiums will rise. If your license is suspended, you will have difficulty getting to work every day. Multiple tickets merely compound the problems. Hiring a defense attorney to represent you will help you lessen or avoid the consequences of the ticket. Don’t delay! Waiting to hire a lawyer, or trying to defend yourself, will make a good outcome more difficult to achieve. Additionally, hiring a good Pittsburgh attorney is an investment in your future, because he has the potential to save you a lot of money in fines and insurance costs.

What Do I Do If I Am Pulled Over By The Police?

  • Turn the engine off, but stay in the car.
  • Don’t get angry or argue with the cop.
  • Be polite.

Some of the circumstances that will result in a speeding ticket or violation include:

  • Driving 6 to 10 MPH over the speed limit
  • Driving 11 to 15 MPH over the speed limit
  • Driving 16 to 25 MPH over the speed limit
  • Driving 26 to 30 MPH over the speed limit
  • Driving 31 MPH or more over the speed limit
  • Speeding in a work zone
  • Speeding in a school zone

Points are assigned to each of the above situations when a ticket is given for it. The smallest amount of points a driver can receive is 2, which is what comes with a ticket for going 6 to 10 miles per hour over the speed limit. The maximum number of points for a single violation is 5, which is what you get for going 31 MPH or more over the speed limit. In some situations, a 5-point offense comes with a license suspension.

Based on the evidence in your case, such as the type of device used to measure your speed and the type of road you were on, the attorneys at Logue Law Group will try to get your ticket dismissed or the charges lowered. Should you have to go to court because of a speeding ticket citation, we will defend you with the strongest and most vigorous case possible. We are experienced in traffic court and passionate about winning our clients’ cases.

Sometimes, boroughs, cities, and villages use speeding tickets as a way of making money to fund the police department or other municipal expenses. The fines a driver receives for speeding in those cases tend to be very high. On top of that, you will have to pay court costs and receive points on your license. A well-trained Pittsburgh criminal defense attorney like those at Logue Law Group can help you get your charges reduced or dismissed, reducing or eliminating the fines and accompanying costs and points.

You should fight these charges to protect your rights. The attorneys at Logue Law Group will help you achieve the most favorable outcome from the case.

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    Want to learn more about Pennsylvania’s Traffic Violation Laws?

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

    Don’t wait to call! The longer you wait, the more difficult it will be to get you the good outcome you want and need.

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

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