Don’t fall victim to Maryland’s driver’s license point system

Driving is one of the privileges that many people in Maryland enjoy. For some residents, public transportation isn’t readily available. That means that being able to drive allows those residents to get the things they need to get and go the places they need to go. Getting a traffic ticket is one way that a person’s right to drive might be curtailed.

Maryland uses a point system to determine if people are driving in a safe manner on a regular basis. If you get too many points on your license, you risk losing your driving privileges. You also risk having your insurance rates go up and having to pay fines. While the financial aspects might be troublesome, they usually aren’t as serious as losing your license.

We understand that everyone makes mistakes. If you made a mistake while you were driving and ended up getting a traffic violation, we can help you discover your options to handle the ticket. Simply paying the ticket might work in some cases, but not in others. If you already have points on your license or if your ticket comes with a high point value, you might be at risk of losing your license.

For some driving-related cases, such as those involving allegations of drunk driving, you might face administrative proceedings and criminal proceedings. We can help you explore your options for both of these types of proceedings. It is important that you get the information you need about your case and the various resolutions so that you can make a decision about handling the allegations against you.

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