Mr. Tayter represents individuals accused of violating Maryland’s motor vehicle laws in all Maryland District Courts. A conviction for a simple traffic violation can trigger increased insurance rates, the assessment of points against your driver’s license, and ultimately driver’s license suspension by the MVA. Mr. Tayter can help you defend against your traffic tickets, avoiding convictions, fines, and points. Contact our office of experienced Maryland Traffic Ticket attorneys today.
Some traffic violations in Maryland have more serious consequences than a fine or points. A first conviction for Driving Under Suspension or Revocation or a conviction for Fleeing and Eluding can carry up to one year in jail. A first conviction for Hit and Run or Failure to Report can carry up to 60 days in jail. Mr. Tayter can help you avoid these penalties.
Traffic violations are difficult to understand because there are so many different variations and unique facts that can change the charge you are facing. Scheduling a free consultation with one of our attorneys can help you in multiple ways. First, it enables the attorney to review the facts of your case and determine what the best course of action would be moving forward as you attempt to mount a defense. Secondly, it gives you an opportunity to pose any questions you might have about the judicial process to someone who has experience representing clients against similar charges. You might not fully understand the charge you face or why the state and police are doing some of the things they do when pursing a case. A free consultation is the best way to get the answers to these questions without making any financial commitments. If you have been arrested for a traffic violation, don’t hesitate to have your case heard by a competent and aggressive attorney.
Edward Tayter is ready to defend clients facing traffic violations in the following jurisdictions:
Our attorneys offer criminal defense representation across the state of Maryland for anyone that is in need of qualified legal counsel.