Failing to Signal Defense Attorney in Leesburg
Fight Your Ticket with Carleton Penn III
Getting a traffic ticket may not seem like a serious crime, but these offenses can weigh on your driving record and lead to additional penalties. If you have received a ticket for failing to signal, it can put points on your license and affect your insurance rates. If you have existing points on your license, you could even be facing a license suspension.
To avoid losing your license, it is vital that you hire a Leesburg traffic offense lawyer from Carleton Penn III to represent you. We can defend you in court and work to protect your right to drive, including during any DMV hearings.
Give us a call at (703) 420-3510 or contact us online to get started.
Hire a Professional Traffic Defense Lawyer
Every day, plenty of drivers maneuver the roads and forget to use their turn signal. Unfortunately, if a police officer notices and pulls you over, you could be dealing with a frustrating and expensive ticket. If this is not your first offense, the penalties could be even more severe.
You could be charged with failing to signal in a variety of circumstances, including:
- When you are pulling out of a parking lot
- When you are pulling out of a driveway
- When you are making a turn
- When you are changing lanes
- When you are backing up
With 37 years of experience in criminal defense law, we are committed to providing you with the advocacy you need to defend the charges against you. We know that this can be a difficult time for you and your family and you do not have to fight your charges alone. Our firm is here to protect your rights and your future, particularly when your driving privileges may be at stake.
Schedule a Complimentary Consultation Today
We would like to offer you a free case consultation to discuss your options. You have nothing to lose, and the sooner you reach out, the better. We are even located across from the courthouse for your convenience.
Give us a call today at (703) 420-3510 to speak with aLeesburg criminal defense lawyer about your case.