Motor Vehicle Violations Attorneys In New Hampshire

Last updated on August 5, 2020

Don’t Pay The Fine! Call Us First At No Cost To You.

Traffic tickets don’t always seem like a big deal. You might feel like paying the fine is just easier than fighting it. It’s not. You are pleading guilty to an offense, and there are very real consequences. Fines, increased insurance rates and license suspension make talking to an attorney about motor vehicle violations a very prudent decision.

Did you know that a ticket in New Hampshire could affect your commercial driver’s license eligibility regardless of where you live? Let us help you protect you career.

At Small & Lee Attorneys at Law, we do things a little different. We always take your call, but we won’t take your case if it isn’t in your best interests. Our advice is straightforward, honest and based on experience. We have helped countless individuals resolve their traffic tickets in New Hampshire, even if they live out of state.

Call our law office in Nashua at 603-318-0025 if you were pulled over anywhere in the state.

We Can Help You Resolve Even The Most Complex Traffic Situations

As with other situations involving a violation of the law, a situation can quickly become even more complicated. Patrol officers often cite drivers for multiple violations. There are also many circumstances that could increase the severity of the offense, such as driving in a construction zone or an accident involving injury.

We can negotiate plea agreements to reduce penalties and work to have the charges dismissed in any traffic matter, including:

  • Distracted driving: All handheld cellphone use is prohibited in New Hampshire as of July 1, 2015.
  • Speeding
  • Traffic light violations
  • Careless or reckless driving
  • Drunk driving
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Other moving and nonmoving offenses

A Note To Parents:

If your child is under 21 and driving on a youth operator license, the penalties are more severe and the courts are less tolerant when your child violates a traffic law. Even a minor first offense could lead to a license suspension or revocation.

Call Us If You Want To Discuss Your Options At No Cost | Live Out Of State? We Can Help You Too.

We offer initial consultations with a lawyer over the phone or in person. If you live out of state and received a ticket in New Hampshire, we are often able to resolve the matter on your behalf.

Schedule your first consultation at 603-318-0025 or send us your information online.

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