Driving violations vary significantly in severity. If traffic and driving violation charges are not handled correctly or promptly, serious consequences could result, such as jail time, significant fines, increased insurance premiums, and a loss of driver's license or suspension as well as a loss of commercial driver privileges (CDL).
The criminal trial lawyers at Newmark Storms Law Office handle various driving violation cases, including Criminal Vehicular Homicide (CVH), Criminal Vehicular Operation (CVO), Driving While Intoxicated (DUI/DWI), Careless/Reckless Driving, Driving Without Insurance, Driving After Revocation (DAR), and Driving After Suspension (DAS).
Most states are cracking down on laws involving DWI/DUI's. Don't hesitate to consult with an attorney to start protecting your rights, freedom, and driving privileges. The worst thing you can do is wait. Learn More About DUI/DWI
Drivers are required to have proof of insurance for the vehicle they’re driving. Proof of insurance is required to be on-hand whenever driving, and drivers must be able to produce it upon a police officer's request. Failure to do so is a misdemeanor offense. Learn More About Driving Without Insurance
The Minnesota criminal defense attorneys of Newmark Storms have experience handling criminal vehicular operation cases. A driver is charged with Criminal Vehicular Operation when the driver is intoxicated and seriously injuries someone. Learn More About Criminal Vehicular Operation
The Minnesota lawyers of Newmark Storms Law Office, LLC defend clients against criminal vehicular homicide charges. Learn More About Criminal Vehicular Homicide
The Minnesota attorneys at Newmark Storms Law Office have many years of experience handling careless and reckless driving violations. Learn More About Careless/Reckless Driving