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Even traffic infractions deserve a strong criminal defense

| Aug 11, 2016 | Criminal Defense |

Even the best of drivers in New York make mistakes from time to time. We might unwittingly drive above the posted speed limit, fail to notice a stop sign or traffic signal or fail to use our blinkers when making a turn. Even if these actions do not result in an accident, police will still pull over and ticket those who commit such infractions, even if they did not mean to.

However, a series of careless or reckless driving tickets or speeding tickets could lead to the loss of your driver’s license. This is when it’s important to have legal help. Dedicated attorneys, such as those at Braunfotel & Frendel, LLC, understand that the loss of your driver’s license can quickly snowball into further negative repercussions. Without a license, how will you get to work to earn an income to provide for your family?

In some instances, more serious driving infractions occur, such as reckless driving, leaving an accident scene, texting and driving or driving with a revoked or suspended driver’s license. Depending on the type of charge, a driver could face steep fines or even incarceration. Again, you should be careful not to underestimate how important it is to have legal representation, so that your rights are explained to you and you have a chance to fairly fight such charges.

While no one can predict the outcome of a case, the criminal defense attorneys at Braunfotel & Frendel, LLC, have decades of experience in pursuing fair outcomes for their clients. No one wants to lose his or her driver’s license, or worse, go to jail. By seeking legal help, individuals can appropriately address the charges they face, and in doing so, have the chance to possibly have these charges reduced or dropped entirely.

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