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Summary and traffic offenses — speeding tickets, disorderly conduct citations, and the like — are not the sort of thing that usually lands you in jail. Therefore, you are not entitled to a free attorney through the Public Defender Office. This does not mean, however, that these charges are not without consequences.

Traffic Offenses and Driver License Suspensions

If you plead guilty to certain offenses, PennDOT will suspend your license. If you have a Commercial Driving License (CDL), you could be looking at an even longer suspension and the loss of your livelihood. Don’t wait until you are notified of the suspension by the Magisterial District Judge or PennDOT itself. Contact an experienced attorney who can guide you through the process, negotiate with the charging officer, and possibly win you a more satisfactory outcome. Attorney Justin P. Miller has represented dozens of clients in these situations. He has an excellent rapport with law enforcement and has a proven record of reducing or eliminating the penalties for a variety of traffic offenses. Contact the Law Office of Justin P. Miller today for a free, no-obligation consultation on your case.



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