Passing Stopped School Bus
It is illegal in the state of Delaware to overtake or pass a stopped school bus. If a school bus is stopped and letting off children there are certain traffic laws you must adhere to in order to avoid getting charged with a traffic violation. Passing a stopped school bus in Delaware is also illegal due to being extremely dangerous as you can hit, injure or kill a child getting on or off the school bus.
If you have been charged with passing or overtaking a stopped school bus in Delaware call Delaware Traffic Ticket Defense Lawyer Ronald D. Phillips at 302-855-9300. A Dover Delaware Traffic Ticket Lawyer can also be emailed here.
He has more than 20 years experience defending those charged with minor and major traffic violations in Kent County and Sussex County, Delaware. We will aggressively protect and defend your rights and your driving privileges.
Penalties for Passing a Stopped School Bus in Delaware
Under Delaware law, there is a fine of not less than $115.00 or more than $230.00. You may be sentenced to jail for 30-60 days as well.
If you receive a second violation within 3 years of the first you will be fined between $115.00 and $575.00. In addition, you may be sentenced to 60-180 days in jail.
For violating this law you will also be subject to a 1 to 12-month drivers license suspension for the first offense. You will also receive 6 points against your driver’s license.
Contact A Delaware Traffic Violation Attorneys
Being charged with passing or overtaking a stopped school bus in Delaware can exert very negative legal and administrative consequences on many areas of your life. In order to protect your rights and ideally obtain the best possible outcome please call Delaware Traffic Ticket Defense Lawyers MurrayPhillips at 302-855-9300.
A Georgetown Delaware Traffic Violation Lawyer can also be reached via email here. We possess many years experience defending those charged with traffic violations and traffic law infractions in Kent County and Sussex County, Delaware. Let us protect your rights as well as your driving privileges.