Serving All of Western Colorado
Including the Aspen, Avon, Carbondale, Brekenridge, Glenwood Springs, Montrose, Vail Valley and Grand Junction Areas
If you received a traffic citation, you may feel tempted to just pay the fee and move on with your life. That may work for some people. For others, it opens up a host of problems, including the possibility of accumulating points on their driving record which can lead to potential driver’s license suspension.
It is worth your time to speak with an attorney and learn your options. At the law offices of Mark S. Rubinstein, P.C., I have more than 24 years of criminal defense experience. I can analyze your case and determine the best possible path given the specific situation. You can contact me, a traffic violation attorney, at any time to discuss your case. If necessary, I can travel to meet you.
Were You Cited for a Traffic Violation? The Points Can Add Up.
Each traffic violation has a points value assigned to it. According to Colorado’s driver’s license points system, an adult driver who accumulates 12 points in any 12 consecutive months or 18 points in any 24 consecutive months can face driver’s license suspension. In addition to having points accumulate, your auto insurance rates can skyrocket.
I defend habitual traffic offenders and clients charged with the following:
- Leaving the scene of an accident
- Failing to report an accident
- Driving under suspension
- Driving under revocation
- Reckless driving
- Careless driving
- Eluding a police officer
Do You Need Traffic Violation or Reckless Driving Defense?
Contact me for a free consultation. I serve clients all across Western Colorado. I am a sole practitioner and have designed my practice in such a way that my clients receive my full attention. I will represent you from the beginning of your case to the end. If you have been charged with a traffic violation, I can help. Please contact me online, call me locally at 970-704-0888 or call me toll free at 1-855-704-0888 to schedule a free initial consultation.