Traffic Tickets / Citations
Maryland Traffic Law Attorney
A traffic stop can be conducted for a variety of reasons. Even the most law-abiding citizen can be pulled over by a police officer. Speeding, displaying expired tags or simply not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign. All of these are the types of grounds that support a traffic stop.
No matter what type of driver or person you are, a traffic stop is an unnerving experience. It is important to stay calm and provide the officer with all the requested information (i.e. license, insurance card, registration). If you have been charged with a traffic offense, resist any temptation to confess to the officer what you think you may have done wrong. Often the officer may pull you over for a different reason than you think, and confessing to a violation could lead to more citations than you otherwise would have received.
MVA and Insurance
In addition to the stress of a traffic stop, in court, you may be assessed fines. Numerous traffic offenses impose an array of points on your driving record. Points can lead to an increase in your insurance; however, if you accrue enough points in a certain time period, you could be facing a license suspension or even revocation.
If you have been charged with a traffic offense, call attorney Oleg Fastovsky, who has the knowledge and experience to help you challenge tickets issued and avoid a conviction, points, fines and a potential license suspension or revocation.
Contact a Baltimore Maryland Traffic Ticket / Citation Lawyer
Call Oleg Fastovsky for a free consultation at (443) 414-6504, or you can reach us via e-mail. We accept all major credit cards.
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facing 18 years incarceration on a violation of probation. Prosecutor, and judge wanted significant incarceration. Attorney Fastovsky uncovered and argued a flaw in the judge's original sentence years earlier. Judge agreed that the defense was right and VOP was dismissed in its entirety.
25-Year-Old Baltimore Man charged with assault. Roomate accused client of attack. Due to prior criminal record, prosecutors were seeking substantial jail. Following a jury trial, jury deliberated less than an hour before returning a unainmous verdict of Not Guilty.
College Student Faced Numerous Counts of theft. Frostburg student charged with stealing cell phones from locker room. Police entered client's room and found numerous phones. Attorney Fastovsky challenged the illegal entry by police. After substantial argument, judge agreed with the defense that the police activity was unlawful. Result: Not Guilty on all counts.
Eastern Shore Man Charged with Felony Child Abuse. Halfway through an 8-day jury trial, after intense pressure, cross examination and argument, Defendant exited the courtroom a free man, with no criminal record or convictions, and eligible for an early good-cause expungement of all charges filed against him in the matter.
Woman Faced Perjury Charges and Deportation. Woman from India charged with Perjury and faced deportation if found guilty. Woman convicted in District Court and sentenced to incarceration. On appeal and following a jury trial, in which Mr. Fastovsky artfully cross-examined the State's witnesses and presented a powerful theory of the case, the jury returned a unanimous verdict of Not Guilty.