Delaware Police are Conducting Traffic Stops
“Before you hit any of the state’s major roadways on Friday or Saturday, buckle up, pay attention and don’t drink.” Delaware online news story
According to the Delaware News Journal article dated October 16, 2017, there will be extra police presence covering the entire State of Delaware on Friday and Saturday, October 19 & 20. They will be conducting traffic stops focused on aggressive driving, distracted driving, impaired driving, seatbelt use, pedestrian safety, as well as motorcycle and commercial vehicle safety and enforcement.
A traffic violation conviction in the State of Delaware can alter your everyday life in several ways. Serious traffic offenses such as DUI, Driving Without Insurance and Inattentive Driving can result in a loss of your driving privileges. Should that happen, you may be vulnerable to losing your job as you may not be able to get to work. If you are a student you may jeopardize your academic future as you will be unable to get to class. In addition, you may face huge increases in car insurance premiums. With all of this at stake it is a wise move for you to enlist the help of a Delaware Traffic Ticket Lawyers should you be charged with a serious traffic offense in the State of Delaware. Call the Delaware Defense lawyer experts for legal representation for everything from misdemeanors to criminal defense.
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