In Nevada, the range of moving violations extends beyond speeding tickets and reckless driving violations. Our team provides high-quality representation for all manner of moving violations, including:
- Misuse of headlights
- Seat belt violations
- Illegal U-turns
- Improper lane changes
- Running stop signs and red lights
- Failure to signal
- Failure to yield or stop for pedestrians
- Driving without a license or with a suspended license
- Operating a vehicle with illegally tinted or obstructed windows
Pleading guilty or no contest to such violations will lead to points on your record. Each point is a threat to your right to drive, and we will work diligently to prevent an accumulation of points that could result in a license suspension.
How Is Distracted Driving Treated?
One of the most prevalent types of moving violations is distracted driving. This encompasses a wide range of behaviors, but law enforcement officers are especially aggressive in their pursuit of persons who use cellphones while operating their vehicles. Indeed, Nevada law prohibits making phone calls, texting, or otherwise using a smartphone while driving.
The penalties for distracted driving are similar to those for other moving violations. But it is important to keep in mind that such cases are pursued by enforcement officers with special zeal.
Take Advantage Of Our Offer For Free Initial Case Evaluations
If you’re dealing with a traffic ticket, you have options. You can fight your ticket, and with our help, you may be able to avoid the majority of fines, penalties and inconveniences you face. Before you plead guilty or no contest, find out how our firm can help.
Schedule your free appointment today by calling 702-637-9622. You can also contact our firm online for more information. We’re here to answer your questions and address your concerns.