Tucson, Arizona Traffic Ticket Lawyers

If you've been charged with a traffic violation, you have likely considered the costs of your fine and court costs to resolve your case. However, without the help of a Tucson, Arizona traffic ticket lawyer, you may face consequences that you haven't yet considered as a result of your traffic ticket. Don't sign your ticket, pay you fine, and admit your guilt without understanding the full implications of a conviction for a traffic violation in Arizona or you may regret it.

The Hidden Costs of an Arizona Traffic Ticket

When you are convicted of a moving violation or other traffic offense, the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) charges "points" to your permanent driving record. The number of points you are charged depends on the nature of the offense. If you accrue too many points against your driving record, your driving privileges can be suspended or revoked by the MVD.

Below are the points charged for common offenses in Arizona, ranked from least to greatest:

  • Speeding – 3 points
  • Running a red light or stop sign or failing to yield, resulting in serious injury – 4 points
  • Running a red light or stop sign or failing to yield, resulting in death – 6 points
  • Leaving the scene of an accident – 6 points
  • Aggressive driving citations – 8 points
  • Reckless driving charges – 8 points
  • DUI or extreme DUI (BAC exceeding .15 percent) – 8 points

Serious Traffic Offenses Can Cost You Your License Immediately

If you are charged with certain, more serious traffic offenses, the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division will revoke your driving privileges immediately.

These offenses include:

  • Driving while under the influence of drugs
  • Homicide or aggravated assault with a vehicle
  • Commission of a felony in a vehicle
  • Lying to the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division while under oath
  • Hit and run or failing to stop after a traffic accident
  • Involvement in the commission in a drive by shooting

A Tucson, Arizona traffic ticket lawyer may be able to help you save your license, even if you've been charged with a more serious offense. Never plead guilty to a traffic ticket in Tucson, Arizona without first consulting an experienced traffic ticket lawyer.

  • If you have received a Traffic Citation and want to determine if you're able to defend it, Submit Your Case for a Free Review from a Traffic Violation Attorney in Tucson.

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