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Huntington, West Virginia Traffic Ticket Attorneys & Paralegals


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About Huntington Traffic Attorneys and Paralegals

Huntington Traffic Ticket Attorneys and Traffic Paralegals help you fight traffic tickets and speeding ticket and reduce the charges for most driving offenses. If you were caught speeding in Huntington or you received a ticket for a driving offense contact one of the firms above to learn how you can lower your fine and reduce your demit points. Many traffic violations can be disputed and overturned, saving you hundreds of dollars in fines and insurance premiums.

Traffic offenses include:

  • Careless Driving
  • Using a cell phone while driving
  • Making illegal turns
  • Failure to stop at a stop sign
  • Running a red light
  • Driving without insurance valid in Huntington
  • Illegal lane changes
  • Dangerous driving
  • Commercial Trucking Compliance in Huntington
  • Vehicle Operator's Registration issues
  • Driving while your license is under suspension
  • Stunt Driving or Racing in Huntington
  • Seatbelt Violations
  • Vehicle safety or licensing issues

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Certain driving offenses are considered criminal offenses under US Law. For example, Drunk Driving or Operating under the influence of drugs (DUI/OUI/OVI) is a criminal offense. If you have been charged with driving drunk in Huntington, you should seek the services of a Drunk Driving Attorney or DUI Attorney.


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United States Traffic Tickets Attorney News

Councilor sentenced to jail for third drunk driving conviction

Cleveland councilor Zack Reed will be spending more than a week in jail for his third drunk driving conviction.

Aside from a 10-day jail term, Reed, who is seeking re-election, will be wearing a bracelet for two months which will monitor his alcohol use.

Cleveland defense lawyers Kevin Spellacy and Jeff Saffold, representing Reed, said their client is being treated for alcoholism and is addressing his addiction to alcohol, which has been going on for much of his life.

Reed's other drunk driving convictions were meted in 2005 and three years later in 2008.