Evansville, Indiana, Traffic Offense/CDL Defense Lawyers

A "minor" traffic violation isn't minor when it could cause you to lose your license and pay increased auto insurance. This is especially the case for commercial drivers who face the possibility of losing their livelihood. With so much on the line, it isn't a viable option to ignore speeding tickets and other moving violations.

The attorneys at Deitz, Shields & Freeburger, L.L.P., are known throughout the region for their devotion to achieving success on behalf of their clients. Contact our Evansville, Indiana, traffic offense defense attorneys today.

Henderson, Kentucky, CDL Speeding Ticket Attorneys

Our experienced attorneys have consistently been successful at obtaining reductions and dismissals of traffic citations in Kentucky and Indiana state courts.

We provide representation to Kentucky and Indiana residents and out-of-state commercial drivers issued traffic citations for reckless driving, speeding, DUI/DWI and other moving violations on Indiana and Kentucky highways, including the North-South conduit, East-West Interstate and North-South Parkway stations.

Defense against traffic offenses is particularly important for commercial drivers, who must maintain a clean driving record for purposes of keeping a commercial driver's license (CDL) and must keep the costs of commercial driver's auto insurance down, both crucial components of their profession. Even if you aren't a commercial driver, accumulating speeding tickets and other moving violations will increase your insurance premiums and eventually cause you to lose your license.

Contact the Lawyers at Our Vanderburgh County Reckless Driving Law Firm

When you have been issued a traffic violation, contact us to arrange for a consultation with the Henderson, Kentucky, criminal defense lawyers at Deitz, Shields & Freeburger, L.L.P.

We have offices in Henderson, Kentucky, and Evansville, Indiana, to serve you. Our firm offers free initial consultations in matters involving traffic offenses and criminal defense.