A couple of traffic tickets will cost you time and money; a few more may raise your car insurance rates for years to come. One or two serious traffic violations could cost you your driver’s license and that will change your way of life. For more than 35 years, the traffic attorneys at Liberty Law Center have been helping people fight traffic violations and speeding tickets in Colorado traffic court. We represent drivers throughout Colorado, including Colorado Springs, Aurora, Littleton Denver, Castle Rock, Boulder, Golden, and Cripple Creek.
When you need a traffic lawyer Colorado Springs based Liberty Law Center can help provide personal legal advice: 719-578-1183 or 303-795-0662 or email us for a free initial consultation.
Protecting Your Driver’s License
In Colorado, most traffic violations carry “points.” The more serious the charge, the more points will be counted against your driver’s license. Too many points and your driver’s license can be suspended for up to 1 year. Too many points and your car insurance rates will climb.
At Liberty Law Center, our traffic attorneys are here to protect your driving privileges and your rights, in court and at DMV hearings. We represent people facing any kind of traffic offense.
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Traffic Violations Can Have Serious Consequences
Driving Under Revocation (DUR) is one of the most serious traffic offenses. If pulled over while driving under revocation, the officer can arrest you and make you post a $10,000 bond if the revocation is alcohol related. If convicted of Driving Under Revocation, there is a mandatory jail sentence and a conviction will extend the period of revocation. Our firm works hard to avoid jail sentences and can assist you in the process of reinstating your driver’s license.
It’s worth it to take traffic tickets seriously, especially if you have had a few tickets in the past or if your job depends upon your ability to drive. Take a look at some of the traffic violations cases we’ve handled, then contact our office to talk with a defense lawyer about your case.