If you’re pulled over by a police officer, the first thing that happens is your heart starts to race and you begin to worry; “Did I miss a stop sign, how fast was I going?” Calm down and provide the officer your license, insurance card, registration, and that is all you should provide. If you’ve violated a traffic offense, no need to tell the officer all other things you have done wrong, he might just add that to the list of tickets he or she is about to issue.
If you have received a traffic ticket in Maryland, call attorney Randolph Rice at 410-288-2900 or click here to email him directly.
We have proven tactics to help you keep your license and ensure that you do no receive or reduce the points on your license. Each courtroom is different and each Judge likes to see specific information and activities by each driver. We have the experience and knowledge to guide you through the complicated landscape of the Courts.
You can use our Maryland Schedule of Pre-Set Fines, Points, and or Penalties for MVA offenses. Open the document and find your Transportation Article Section in the schedule and the maximum fine and points assigned to that violation.
Be mindful that you also should be as nice as possible to the officer. He or she is risking his/her life on the side of road. With traffic rushing by and the unknown of who is sitting in your care, give him or her a break and treat then with courtesy and respect and he or she will in turn show you the same amount of respect.
Call the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC at 410.288.900 to schedule a FREE-initial consultation. We can advise the best course of action for all traffic citations. Whether a speeding ticket or you are charged with Driving While Suspended or Driving While Revoked (which carry jail time), we can help.
Issued a traffic citation in Baltimore County, Harford County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City or any other county in the state of Maryland, contact us at 410.288.2900 and speak with an attorney that will fight for your case.