Receiving A Traffic Violation In Ohio
In Ohio, you may receive a traffic violation for a number of infractions and offenses. Some of these include:
- Reckless driving
- Driving under the influence
- Underage driving
- Driving without a license
- Driving under a suspended license
- Driving without an operator’s license
- Failing to stop at the scene of an accident
In addition to the above charges, more severe charges may be pressed in cases involving:
- Vehicular homicide
- Fleeing from law enforcement
Depending on the circumstances of the case, an individual may face misdemeanor or felony charges.
The Mistake Of Paying A Ticket
For a lot of people, their first impression is to pay a traffic ticket right away after receiving it. Although it’s important to address legal situations sooner rather than later, paying a ticket right away isn’t always the best route.
At the Law Offices of Jason M. Donnell, LLC, we know when it’s best to pay a ticket or to fight it in court. Over the years, we’ve learned that fighting a ticket can benefit certain clients, particularly those who have concerns about too many points on their license.
Helping Locals And Out-Of-Towners With Tickets
In addition to fighting to protect the driving privileges of drivers in the Lancaster area and throughout Southeast Ohio, our firm also helps out-of-state drivers address traffic tickets properly so as to avoid potential issues concerning their out-of-state license.
Contact Our Firm
Whether you live in Ohio or you’re just visiting, you likely value your driving privileges and want to keep them. With help from the Law Offices of Jason M. Donnell, LLC, you have a better chance at achieving your goal.
For a free initial phone consultation with one of our qualified defense attorneys, call our Lancaster office at 740-653-8171. You may also set up an appointment through this contact form. We accept credit cards.