Traffic Violation Attorney in in Greenfield, Ma
Experienced Traffic Violation Attorney in Greenfield, Ma
It goes without saying, but you must have a valid driver’s license to operate a motor vehicle in Massachusetts. If your license is suspended, revoked, or you just do not have one, you can be cited to criminal court.
Additionally, you must have a valid registration and active insurance for your car, Failure to do so may also be a criminal offense.
Finally, there are more serious driving offenses, including reckless driving, negligent operation, leaving the scene of an accident, and unauthorized use of another’s motor vehicle.
If you have been charged with any driving offense, contact us today for help.
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With years of experience as a prosecutor, Grady VerPlanck knows how they think. Let that experience work for you, to protect your rights and advocate on your behalf.
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