Truck Driver Traffic Offenses

Manassas, Virginia, Commercial Driver's License Attorneys

Truck drivers and others with commercial vehicle driver's licenses face serious consequences when arrested or ticketed for DUI, reckless driving, speeding or other serious moving violations. Depending on the charges or citation involved, you face the loss of your commercial license AND the suspension of your regular driver's license. A conviction for a serious traffic violation could impact your ability to work, the cost of your insurance premiums and your record. At the law office of Boyce, Leahy & Francescon, Lawyers, we represent and assist truck drivers, cab drivers, bus drivers and delivery truck drivers in cases involving serious traffic offenses.

Depending on the charges against you and the circumstances involved, we may be able to get the charges reduced and/or minimize the sentence. To learn more about the legal consequences you face and the options available to you, contact commercial license defense attorneys at Boyce, Leahy & Francescon, Lawyers. We provide confidential consultations (free for criminal and personal injury cases only).

Commercial Drivers' Licenses And Traffic Offenses

The law office of Boyce, Leahy & Francescon, Lawyers, represents clients with commercial driving licenses in cases involving the following traffic violations and charges:

  • DUI/DWI
  • Driving under the influence
  • Excessive speeding
  • Failure to stop at railroad crossing (bus drivers)
  • Overweight load
  • Driving over allowed consecutive driving hours or weekly total
  • Running stop lights, stop signs
  • Double parking, parking in front of fire hydrant
  • Illegally crossing bridge with weight restrictions
  • Reckless driving
  • All traffic charges

Reducing The Charges Or Sentence Against You

If your driving record is fairly clean, it may be possible to reduce the charges or sentence against you. Additionally, if your commercial driver's license is suspended or revoked due to a serious traffic violation, there are steps you can take to convince the court you are prepared to drive responsibly. You may be required to enroll in driver's training classes, attend drug or alcohol counseling, or provide community service. While you may be required to requalify for your commercial driver's license, we may be able to help you avoid jail, expensive fines and points against your license.

Contact Commercial License Reinstatement Attorneys Today

The court carefully considers whether or not to reinstate commercial driver's licenses when drugs or alcohol is involved. As former police officers, our attorneys understand what the court evaluates and what needs to be done to convince a case officer you are prepared to driver responsibly.

For more information regarding our practice and how we can help you, contact commercial driver's license reinstatement lawyers at Boyce, Leahy & Francescon, Lawyers, today.