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Helping you prepare a defense against misdemeanor charges

On Behalf of | Jan 5, 2017 | Misdemeanors |


Being stopped by the police is never a joyful event for motorists in New York. While a driver is likely aware if he or she had been speeding or committed any other simple traffic offense, it can be less clear to some drivers why exactly they were pulled over. During any traffic stop, officers are collecting information to help them charge a motorist. Whether it’s a simple traffic violation or a misdemeanor traffic offense, a traffic ticket can carry with it serious consequences.

At James M Wagman, Attorney at Law, our experienced legal team understands the frustrations often associated with a traffic violation. However, we are also aware of the claims drivers could assert to help them make a strong defense. Thus, we are dedicated to helping motorists in Catskill navigate their defense options.

With more than 30 years of experience, our law firm has helped past clients understand their matter, the laws involved and the defense options available. With this information, we have helped countless clients customize and strategize successful defenses that resulted in reduced or dismissed charges.

Whether you received a high speeding ticket, charged with driving without a license, accused of a criminal traffic violation or cited for driving without insurance, out skilled legal team can help you develop a defense against these traffic and misdemeanor offenses. Our goal is to help our clients understand the charges against them, the penalties they could face and the options and rights afforded to them.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s misdemeanor website. While some view traffic offenses as minor or simple charges, the reality is that these offenses could carry with them serious penalties. Thus, is it is important to understand what defense routes an individual could take.