Serious Traffic Cases
There are two types of traffic offenses in Maryland: incarcerable and non-incarcerable offenses. Incarcerable offenses can be punished with jail time, while non-incarcerable offenses (like most speeding violations) typically carry hefty fines and other penalties (like points on your license). View a list of the points each charge may carry on your license.
Some of the most common offenses include:
- Driving with a suspended (or revoked) license
- Vehicular Manslaughter
- Negligent Driving
- Reckless Driving
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident (hit and run)
- Fraudulent use of a license
If you are accused of a serious traffic offense, you must appear in court, even if you intend to pay the fine and plead guilty. Prosecutors are cunning and will do whatever it takes to convince a judge and/or jury that you are guilty of a serious traffic offense, and defense of these charges in Maryland is no easy task.
It is in your best interest to hire an experienced criminal attorney to defend you on serious traffic charges because conviction could result in increased insurance rates, points on your license, revocation of your license, or jail time.
The attorneys of Christian, Ashin & Brown, P.C. offer decades of experience in trial procedure and criminal defense of traffic offenses, from speeding to vehicular homicide. We will work tirelessly defending your case and forcing the prosecution to prove theirs. Although we are based in College Park, Md., our traffic defense attorneys regularly handle cases throughout the state of Maryland.
If you, or someone you love, are charged with a serious traffic offense, contact our office at 301.277.9171 or email email@example.com for a free, confidential consultation with one of our attorneys.