If you have been cited with a misdemeanor traffic offense such as driving with a suspended license (DWLS), hit and run or reckless driving, you may have been given a court date or the officer may simply have ordered you to contact the court within 15 days to set up a court date. A conviction for some misdemeanor traffic offenses can lead to jail, fines, probation, suspended license, or SR-22 insurance. Regardless of the case, don’t go to court alone. Get a traffic ticket lawyer. Call Kidd Defense to schedule a free consultation.
If you have been arrested for a felony traffic charge, you must act quickly to defend yourself. Any conviction for a felony where a vehicle was used will lead to a one year license revocation. Felony traffic offenses such as hit and run injury, vehicular assault or vehicular homicide could lead to a significant jail or prison sentence. Let us help drive your defense. Call Kidd Defense today to schedule a free consultation.