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Weld, CO Traffic Offenses Lawyer

The Weld, CO traffic offenses lawyer at McAdams Law Office has over 20 years of experience protecting the rights of Coloradans accused of a violation or infraction.

If you hire our law firm, we will analyze the facts, including what prosecutors can really prove, and explain how it affects your case, defensive strategy, and potential outcomes. You can also rely on our legal team to stand firmly with you at trial when necessary.

Find out more about your case and how our legal resources could help. Call McAdams Law Office today for a Free Consultation at (970) 353-0000. You can also message us online.

McAdams Law Office Represents Colorado Traffic Offenses and Violations

Avoid the temptation of paying a traffic ticket or serving your sentence, especially if doing so will significantly disrupt your personal, familial, or professional life.

Our Weld, CO traffic offenses attorney aggressively defends tickets, infractions, and violations, including the following charges:

  • Careless driving
  • Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) hearings
  • Driving under revocation (DUR)
  • Eluding
  • Hit and run
  • License suspensions and reinstatements
  • Reckless driving

Prosecutors and police do not always obtain evidence or arrest people according to criminal procedure. McAdams Law Office is never afraid to point out their inconsistencies to set you free.

CO’s Driver’s License Point System Can Restrict Your Rights

Under C.R.S. 42-2-127, Colorado’s Department of Motor Vehicles (D.M.V.) can suspend your driver’s license if you acquire too many points. Each conviction adds a points to your record, depending upon the violation or infraction.

The D.M.V. will suspend your license if you acquire:

  • Adults (aged 21 and older: 12 points in 12 months or 18 points in 24 months
  • Adults ( aged 20 and under): 9 points in 12 months, 12 points in 24 months, or 14 points at any point of the license period
  • Minors (aged 16 and 17): 6 points in 12 months or 7 points at any point of the license period

The two-year point elimination rule is too long for some people to endure. Whether you had a clean record or have a few existing violations, you can fight to protect your record with the Weld, CO traffic offenses lawyer at McAdams Law Office.

How Our Weld, CO Traffic Offenses Attorney Will Defend You

As a former district attorney, our firm has a strong command of statutes, case laws, and legal procedures. From a general standpoint, we will communicate what we think prosecutors will do based on real-world experience.

If you hire McAdams Law Office to represent your case, we will deliver on:

  • Experience: For more than 20 years, our legal team has helped Coloradans beat traffic offenses and violations. We will put that experience behind your case while coming from a fresh perspective.
  • Efficiency: In many cases, we can attend hearings, meet with prosecutors, and handle your case while updating you by phone and email. If you need to attend court, we will give you as much advance notice as possible.
  • Resources: It is challenging to beat a traffic ticket without an investigation. McAdams Law Office has access to modern legal resources we can deploy when telling your story.

Our Weld, CO traffic offenses lawyer will go the extra mile to deliver results for you or your loved one. Whether the traffic offense was committed by a Weld County juvenile or adult, McAdams Law Office can strategize the best possible defense.

Call McAdams Law Office for a Free Consultation Today

You do not have to stand by idly when the justice system accuses you of a traffic offense. Get a Free Consultation with the criminal defense lawyers at McAdams Law Office about your case by calling (970) 353-0000. We also welcome you to message us here for non-urgent matters.

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