Quartzsite Area Commercial Trucking (CDL) Violations Defense Attorneys
For commercial drivers, a traffic violation is more than just a ticket. It can potentially throw your career off course. Furthermore, a violation in Arizona can detrimentally impact your ability to drive commercial vehicles in other states.
If you have received a driving violation in Arizona, your commercial license may hang in the balance. You need a lawyer who understands what is at stake. You need an attorney with a thorough understanding of the commercial driving regulations and their impact on your license. You need a lawyer with a reputation for results.
The Tyler Allen Law Firm, PLLC, represents commercial drivers statewide. Our Quartzsite area commercial trucking (CDL) violations lawyers are familiar with the “points system” used in most states. We can advise you on how a violation will impact your commercial driving record. Most importantly, we will strive to minimize that impact so you can avoid incurring any points against your safety record. For a free initial consultation, contact us today.
Avoid Burdensome Courtroom Appearances — Hire A Casa Grande Area CDL Violations Attorney
Truckers understandably find it difficult to travel to Arizona to resolve traffic violations. At the Tyler Allen Law Firm, we take pride in efficiently handling all aspects of our client’s CDL cases. For most cases, you will not need to go to court at all. Our attorneys will file any necessary paperwork, negotiate with the police officer or prosecutor, appear in court and work toward a resolution that best fits your needs. Because we handle everything for you, you can continue working and move on with life. When you hire us, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands.
Types Of CDL Violations
We provide CDL license defense for all types of criminal and civil violations, including:
- False log book, inaccurate log book
- Log not current
- Over hours violations (11 hour rule, 14 hour rule, 70 hour rule)
- Unsafe equipment
- Medical card
- Driving while out of service
- Non-English speaking driver
- Criminal overweight
- Criminal speed
- Fatigued driver
- Possession of alcohol in a commercial vehicle
- Open container
- Reckless driving
- DUI in a commercial vehicle
- Overweight violations (overweight tandem axle, overweight gross)
- Following too close
- Failure to stop or yield
- unsafe lane change
- Registration and licensing citations
- All types of moving violations
CDL holders are not eligible for Defensive Driving School. For criminal offenses, we will work hard to protect your commercial license and help you avoid any jail time.