Traffic Offenses

Traffic Offenses

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Traffic violations cover a wide range of infractions including:

  • Speeding
  • Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol (DUI)
  • Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID)
  • Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI)
  • Driving Without a License
  • Driving Without Insurance
  • Failing to Use your Safety Belt

When you are issued a ticket, you can simply accept it and pay the fine. However, in doing so you are admitting guilt. By fighting or “contesting” your ticket, you may be able to lower or eliminate your fine and keep points off your driving record. This can be critically important to your ability to operate a motor vehicle in the future, as points remain on your record for two years in Colorado.

As a former Boulder County Chief Deputy District Attorney, Amy Okubo understands how traffic offenses are dealt with and has strong working relationships with many of the officials you will encounter in the criminal justice system. As a criminal defense lawyer, she can guide you through the process and help ensure the most positive outcome for your case.

Contact Amy at her Longmont, Colorado office today for a free consultation.

Jurisdictions
Former Boulder County Chief Deputy District Attorney Amy Okubo is now a successful criminal defense attorney who handles cases in many jurisdictions along the Colorado Front Range.
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DUI/DWAI
Contact former Boulder County Chief Deputy District Attorney Amy Okubo to understand your rights and learn how she can aggressively defend you in court.
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Traffic Offenses
When you are issued a ticket, you can simply accept it and pay the fine. However, in doing so you are admitting guilt.
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