Commercial Traffic – CDL Attorneys
CDL holders are not eligible for Defensive Driving School. It is important to hire an experienced and dedicated team of Arizona CDL attorneys to achieve the results you need to keep driving. We have handled thousands of CDL traffic cases and deliver results. Contact us Tyler Allen Law Firm today for a free consultation with our CDL attorneys.
If you are a CDL holder and have been charged with a criminal or civil traffic violation, contact us for a free consultation. It is important you understand the potential consequences of the traffic citation. A conviction could possibly lead to a license suspension or revocation and potentially throw your career off course. Certain violations in Arizona can impact your ability to drive commercial vehicles in other states.
Each state punishes traffic violations differently. If you have received a traffic violation in Arizona, you need a lawyer who understands the consequences of your home licensing state. You need an attorney with experience and a thorough understanding of the commercial driving regulations. You need a lawyer with a reputation for results.
Our commercial trucking (CDL) violations lawyers have handled thousands of cases from Nogales, to Quartzsite and Kingman to Holbrook and everywhere in between. We are familiar with the points system used in most states and can advise you on how a violation will impact your ability to keep driving. Most importantly, our experienced AZ CDL attorneys will work to minimize the charges so you can keep driving. For a free initial consultation, contact us today.
Tyler Allen Law Firm’s attorneys work to efficiently handle all aspects of our client’s CDL cases. We are able to appear in court for you on most cases without you having to appear. This means you can keep working while the case is being handled by an experienced attorney.
We represent CDL holders and Commercial Drivers in all types of AZ traffic violations, including:
- False log book, inaccurate log book
- Log not current
- Over hours violations (11 hour rule, 14 hour rule, 70 hour rule)
- Unsafe equipment
- Medical card
- Driving while out of service
- Non-English speaking driver
- Criminal overweight
- Criminal speed
- Fatigued driver
- Possession of alcohol in a commercial vehicle
- Open container
- Reckless driving
- DUI in a commercial vehicle
- Overweight violations (overweight tandem axle, overweight gross)
- Following too close
- Failure to stop or yield
- Unsafe lane change
- Registration and licensing citations
- All types of moving violations
The Arizona CDL attorneys at Tyler Allen Law Firm will work hard on your case to protect your CDL. Contact us at 602-995-3777. You can also contact us online.