Speeding Tickets: Don’t Just Accept The Consequences — Fight Back

If you are wondering whether it is worthwhile fighting an Ohio speeding ticket, consider this: Under Ohio law, three or more moving violations in a year can result in a criminal charge that carries with it a potential jail sentence and driver’s license suspension. Ask yourself whether you really want to take that risk.

At Robert R. Hart, Jr., Attorney at Law, we have 30 years’ experience defending people against speeding tickets issued in Ohio. We will leverage our years of experience and focus our legal skills on helping you keep your driving record clean, your car insurance premiums at a minimum and your driver’s license in your wallet. We can also help you avoid unnecessary financial and legal implications associated with a traffic violation. Indeed, we will take every measure possible to limit the fallout from your speeding ticket.

Speeding Tickets Can Have Serious Ramifications In Ohio

Ohio applies a point system for traffic violations. If you speed 10 to 30 mph over the limit, two points will likely be applied against your driving record. Four points could be applied if you drive 30 mph or more over the speeding limit. The more violations you incur, the more points will be applied against your driving record. Your driver’s license could be suspended if you accumulate 12 or more points in two years.

You may be tempted to handle your speeding ticket on your own. Unfortunately, if you pay a speeding ticket without confirming proof of insurance, your driver’s license could be suspended. Avoid any unnecessary ramifications with the help of Robert R. Hart, Jr., Attorney at Law. We have a firm understanding of how traffic violations are handled in Ohio and are committed to helping you secure your driving privileges.

To Parents Of Young Drivers:
If your teenager has received a speeding ticket, it is important to do everything you can to keep the violation off his or her driving record. In most cases, you are probably covering your son or daughter on your auto insurance policy. Premiums for teenagers are high enough without a moving violation on the report. Successfully fighting the ticket can mean saving you substantial money now and avoiding the risk of premium rates for your child when he or she leaves home.

Representing Commercial Drivers Accused Of Speeding

If you are a professional driver in Ohio, we understand that a speeding ticket can threaten your livelihood. Any speeding tickets you receive may be reported to your employer’s insurance company, which could cause its rates to skyrocket. Accumulating more than one speeding ticket in a year could cause you to lose your commercial driver’s license. At Robert R. Hart, Jr., Attorney at Law, we offer an aggressive CDL defense strategy that seeks to reduce the severity of your speeding ticket or get the ticket dismissed outright.

We are committed to protecting you from the negative implications of a speeding ticket. Contact us online or call 513-549-7483 today to schedule a free initial consultation. From our office in Cincinnati, we will take every measure possible to mitigate the seriousness of your Ohio speeding ticket.