Defense Attorney Defending College Students Against Traffic Violation Charges

Serious Legal Consequences

A traffic violation may not seem like a serious legal matter. You may be tempted to pay a fine and forget about your traffic ticket. But the stakes may be higher than you realize.

I am David G. Moore, a defense lawyer for college student traffic violations, and I help clients determine their legal options after a traffic stop. Contact my law office online to learn about your legal options, and how I can help you seek the most desirable resolution of your case.

Experienced Defense Against All Traffic Violations

With more than a decade of legal experience, I understand how to mount a defense against all traffic violation charges, including:

  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving without a license
  • Driving without insurance
  • Drunk driving/DUI
  • Other traffic violations

Should I Just Pay My Ticket?

It may be tempting to just pay your traffic ticket and forget about it. But remember: Paying a traffic ticket is an admission of guilt. Individuals who have had previous traffic violations should carefully consider whether they should pay a traffic ticket or fight it. That's where I come in.

As a criminal defense attorney, I understand the potential effects of multiple traffic violations. College students who are repeat offenders may face the following:

  • Increased insurance premiums
  • Loss of driver's license
  • Large fines
  • Possible jail time
  • Other penalties

When you come to my law office for a free consultation, I can review your charges, history of traffic violations, and other details to advise you on a course of legal action.

Contact a Defense Lawyer for a Free Consultation

To schedule a free, confidential and no-obligation consultation at my law offices in Portage, please call 269-216-4573 or toll free at 888-527-6768. You can also contact me online. I represent students at Western Michigan University, Grand Valley State University, Kalamazoo College and Davenport University, and other colleges in Michigan.