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Resolving Indiana Traffic Violations

It’s never fun to see flashing lights in the rearview mirror and realize you’re the one they are after. But just because you’re pulled over doesn’t mean the ticket the officer tries to give you has to stick. At Kevin Moser Law, PLLC, we can defend you against all types of traffic tickets or citations, even if you are from out of state. Attorney Kevin Moser has extensive experience defending against different types of traffic offenses.

Give our office a call today to discuss your particular situation. From our office in the Covington, Kentucky, area, we defend clients in both Indiana and Kentucky, as well as out-of-state clients who were ticketed while driving through either of those states.

What Are The Possible Consequences Of A Traffic Ticket For You?

Maybe you’re inclined to just pay the ticket and move on. Depending on your situation, however, this may not necessarily be a smart move. Factors to consider include:

  • Points against your license — Every time you get a moving violation, the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) assigns points against your license. If you get too many of those, your license could be revoked or suspended.
  • Connection to DWI charges — Traffic violation charges are often related to drunk driving charges. We can make sure your rights are protected, no matter what you are charged with.
  • Habitual traffic violator — If you get convicted of three major offenses within 10 years (or two offenses involving injury or fatality), you could be designated a habitual traffic violator (HTV) and lose your driver’s license for an entire decade.

Even if the offense in the ticket isn’t serious, you could face the hassle of having to take a required driving course or increases in your insurance rates. Traffic ticket fines, fees and surcharges can also add up to a considerable chunk of change. It therefore makes sense to talk about your options with a skilled attorney.

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