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Bucks County Traffic Violations Attorney

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Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | Traffic Violations Attorney

Seemingly minor traffic violations can have cumulative effects on a driver's record. Accumulation of too many points because of traffic violations can lead to license suspension, special driving tests, hearings and written exams. As a result, it is important to be aware of the consequences of traffic violations.

Experienced, with a widely-known reputation as a highly-regarded criminal defense lawyer, Richard R. Fink defends traffic ticket and drivers license suspension actions in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Lehigh County and throughout Pennsylvania, in State and Federal Courts. Contact us online or at 215-741-1212 .

Bucks County traffic violations attorney

Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding

At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, our Bucks County traffic courts lawyer helps people with issues related to traffic violations, especially those that can result in license suspension such as:

  • Reckless driving
  • Auto insurance violations
  • Failure to stop as required by lights or signs (three points)
  • Improper passing (three to four points)
  • Improper backing (three points)
  • Following too closely (three points)
  • Failing to yield (three points)
  • Failing to obey railroad signs, barriers or signals (two to four points)
  • Failing to stop for a school bus with flashing lights (five points). Failing to stop for a school bus also results in a 60-day license suspension.
  • Speeding (two to five points, depending on speed). Speeding in a work zone results in a 15-day suspension in addition to points. Exceeding the speed limit by 30 miles per hour is an automatic license suspension.
  • Failing to yield to pedestrians (two to three points)
  • Driving too fast for conditions (two points). Driving too fast for conditions in a work zone results in a 15-day suspension.
  • Driving with a suspended license (DUI related) can result in a 60 to 120 day jail term
  • • Driving with a revoked license
    • Auto insurance violations

PennDot deals with excessive accumulation of points as follows:

When a driver accumulates six points for the first time, the driver will be required to take a written examination within 30 days or the license will be suspended. If the number of points is subsequently reduced and then rises to six or more, PennDot may require the driver to take a special on-road driver's exam, or order a 15-day license suspension. A third accumulation of six points requires the driver to attend a departmental hearing.

Fighting Traffic Violations in Bucks County for Over 40 Years

When a driving record reaches 11 or more points, the driver's license will be suspended for five days to one year, depending on the number of prior suspensions.

For more information about traffic violations in Bucks County or other Philadelphia-area counties, or to speak with our Bucks County traffic violations attorney at our Langhorne or Doylestown location, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212 .

Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.


CALL RICHARD FINK TODAY!(215) 741-1212
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Bucks County Traffic Violations Attorney

THE LAW OFFICES OF RICHARD R. FINK

Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | Traffic Violations Attorney

Seemingly minor traffic violations can have cumulative effects on a driver's record. Accumulation of too many points because of traffic violations can lead to license suspension, special driving tests, hearings and written exams. As a result, it is important to be aware of the consequences of traffic violations.

Experienced, with a widely-known reputation as a highly-regarded criminal defense lawyer, Richard R. Fink defends traffic ticket and drivers license suspension actions in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Lehigh County and throughout Pennsylvania, in State and Federal Courts. Contact us online or at 215-741-1212 .

Bucks County traffic violations attorney

Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding

At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, Bucks County traffic courts lawyer helps people with issues related to traffic violations, especially those that can result in license suspension such as:

  • Reckless driving
  • Auto insurance violations
  • Failure to stop as required by lights or signs (three points)
  • Improper passing (three to four points)
  • Improper backing (three points)
  • Following too closely (three points)
  • Failing to yield (three points)
  • Failing to obey railroad signs, barriers or signals (two to four points)
  • Failing to stop for a school bus with flashing lights (five points). Failing to stop for a school bus also results in a 60-day license suspension.
  • Speeding (two to five points, depending on speed). Speeding in a work zone results in a 15-day suspension in addition to points. Exceeding the speed limit by 30 miles per hour is an automatic license suspension.
  • Failing to yield to pedestrians (two to three points)
  • Driving too fast for conditions (two points). Driving too fast for conditions in a work zone results in a 15-day suspension.
  • Driving with a suspended license (DUI related) can result in a 60 to 120 day jail term
  • • Driving with a revoked license
    • Auto insurance violations

PennDot deals with excessive accumulation of points as follows:

When a driver accumulates six points for the first time, the driver will be required to take a written examination within 30 days or the license will be suspended. If the number of points is subsequently reduced and then rises to six or more, PennDot may require the driver to take a special on-road driver's exam, or order a 15-day license suspension. A third accumulation of six points requires the driver to attend a departmental hearing.

Fighting Traffic Violations in Bucks County for Over 40 Years

When a driving record reaches 11 or more points, the driver's license will be suspended for five days to one year, depending on the number of prior suspensions.

For more information about traffic violations in Bucks County or other Philadelphia-area counties, or to speak with our Bucks County traffic violations attorney at our Langhorne or Doylestown location, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212 .

Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.


CALL RICHARD FINK TODAY!(215) 741-1212
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