Traffic violations can have a number of consequences, such as driver’s license suspension and increased insurance rates.
Our firm provides legal help to people charged with traffic violations. We offer our clients a resourceful and experienced ticket defense to ensure your traffic offense stays off public record.
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If you are ticketed in Bellingham, you can fight your ticket in one of two ways: Go to court or contest the ticket. If you choose to go to court, you will need to appear before a judge on the date specified on your ticket. Traffic tickets in Bellingham can be fought and successfully defended.
We will fight the ticket for you, and we will do everything possible to keep your driver’s license from being suspended. Contact a trusted Bellingham ticket lawyer if you need help fighting your ticket. There is no cost to call us, and we will help you understand the law and fight your ticket. Knowledge of the law is key to success
If you have been arrested or ticketed for a traffic offense in Whatcom County, we can help.
We offer a free consultation to discuss your case and what options are available to you.
We represent clients in court and can get the charges against you reduced or dismissed altogether.
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If you've been cited for a moving violation, don't risk getting your self in deeper trouble. Call our traffic ticket attorneys for help.
It's important to take action as soon as possible. Decide whether you want to contest the ticket, mitigate the ticket, get a deferred finding, pursue driver improvement or pay the ticket.
These types of violations have hefty fees, penalties and can impair your ability to become licensed or secure insurance in the future. Legal support is essential to help you defend against these charges.
A single traffic ticket can increase your insurance premiums & tarnish your driving record.
Traffic tickets, including moving violations, speeding tickets, and driving without insurance or with a suspended or revoked license, may appear relatively minor on the surface. Yet, additional violations can have long-lasting effects on your freedom behind the wheel and wallet.
Your ticket attorney can properly assist you through the legal processes to guide you toward a resolution.
Deferred Prosecution is a great way for you to possibly prevent your traffic infraction from becoming part of your driving record. If eligible, you can request a deferral from the court once every 7 years. Most drivers are eligible for 1 moving and 1 non-moving violation deferral every 7 years.
If granted, a deferral dismisses your infraction upon completion of a 6- to 12-month driving period with no additional traffic violations.
If you do receive another traffic citation during your deferral window, however, the deferral is cancelled. Your infraction will be reported to the Department of Licensing and added to your driving record. You will also have to pay the original fine.