Experienced Defense Against Traffic Violation Charges

Speeding tickets or other moving violations can have a lasting effect on your driving record. People often do not realize the consequences of pleading guilty to traffic charges, and they can open themselves up to extra penalties, including fines and possible mandatory attendance at traffic school and license suspension.

Devoted to offering detailed advice to clients in the Tucson, Arizona, area, the Law Offices of Patrick Alan Moran provides representation tailored to your unique case. My experience as a public defender and a private practice defense attorney give me the knowledge to help you limit the damage caused by speeding tickets, reckless driving charges or other traffic violations.

If you have been issued a traffic citation, I can help. Contact my office online or call 520-812-6987 to discuss your case during your free initial consultation.

Comprehensive Defense Against Traffic Violations

My experience allows me to offer defense against traffic citations, including:

  • Speeding
  • Reckless or aggressive driving
  • Speeding camera/red light cases
  • Photo radar cameras
  • Civil traffic offenses or improper turns
  • Driving with a suspended/revoked license
  • Driving without insurance
  • Appealing points suspensions with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
  • Ignition interlock device violations

For most moving violations, points are assessed to your license and after you receive a certain number of points, you possibly face mandatory traffic school, license suspension and increased insurance rates.

Why Is Having A Lawyer So Critical?

People often don't realize the full impact of being convicted of traffic violations, pleading guilty without the advice of a lawyer. My representation is based on providing detailed advice on speeding tickets and other traffic citations and charges, and informing you of your rights, the potential penalties and exactly what you stand to lose.

Contact my office to discuss your speeding ticket or traffic violation today.