Don’t ignore that ticket. Don’t pay a ticket if you don’t have to.
Traffic tickets are a major inconvenience. If you don’t handle them correctly and promptly, you could face serious consequences, including increased insurance premiums, a license suspension, and loss of your commercial driver’s Privileges (CDL) if you are a professional driver.
Handle Minneapolis traffic violations effectively. Contact a Minneapolis traffic violations lawyer at the Delmore Law Office immediately.
I am John Delmore, a Minnesota traffic violations defense attorney who represents clients in any type of traffic violation case, including the following:
Out of Town Cases
Are you worried that a speeding ticket in Minneapolis will show up on your driving record in your home state? It will.
I work with many out of town clients who need a Minneapolis lawyer to handle their speeding ticket, moving violation, or Minnesota DWI. Often, I can handle these legal matters for you without the need for you to come back to the state. Contact my office and find out how I can help you.
I represent semi-truck drivers charged with traffic violations that could cause them to lose their commercial drivers licenses. Federal regulations make some traffic violations more serious than others. As your CDL traffic violations attorney, I will fight to keep serious tickets off your driving record and protect your CDL license. The following offenses are considered serious violations:
Even if you were ticketed while driving your personal vehicle or any non-commercial vehicle, the ticket will still show up on your commercial driving record and can result in the loss of your commercial drivers license.
When your life and your livelihood are on the line, don’t give up without a fight. Keep tickets off your driving record and protect your CDL license. Ask me how to fight a speeding ticket on your CDL. Contact the Delmore Law Office for immediate legal help from a Minnesota CDL traffic violations attorney.
My office is conveniently located near Highway 100 and 394. I make jail visits and can work with out of state clients via phone, fax, and email.