Traffic Lawyer Deer Park, NY

Experienced Traffic Violation Defense

Everyone makes mistakes while driving, and we don’t want our clients to face potentially, long-term consequences for momentary errors. As your traffic ticket lawyers, we carefully analyze your case and give you the personal attention you need for a strong defense.
traffic law top

Speak To An Experienced Traffic Attorney Today! Call 631-667-9666

Our Comprehensive Traffic Law Services

Our services are your best bet for improving your chances in the courtroom. As soon as you receive your citation, schedule a consultation with our law office. The clock is ticking on your opportunity to challenge the ticket, so we will work quickly and diligently to build your defense. Reach out to us immediately if you’ve been ticketed for:
  • Careless or Reckless Driving
  • Running a Stop Sign
  • Running a Red Light
  • Speeding
  • Not Stopping for School Buses
  • Not Stopping for Emergency Vehicles
  • Illegal Turns or U-Turns
  • Failure To Use Signals
  • Passing in a No-Passing Zone
  • Driving without a Valid License
  • Driving on a Suspended License

Why Choose Vladimir Law for Your Traffic Case?

Most speeding tickets and moving violations are issued under the rules of strict liability. That simply means that the police or courts don’t have to find criminal intent in order to issue the citation or find you “guilty” of wrongdoing. But it also means that the police must have some reasonable cause for pulling you over to issue the citation. If they are unable to explain their reason for making the traffic stop or demonstrate what traffic law you violated, you have every right and reason for fighting the ticket.

Successfully fighting your ticket begins with having an attorney who understands New York traffic rules and police requirements for making the stop and issuing the ticket. We thoroughly investigate the circumstances of the traffic stop, the police behavior at the scene and what options you have for pursuing an alternative to paying the fine and accepting a “conviction” on your driving record.