Attorney Defends Cell Phone Ticket & Avoids License Suspension
One of the issues that our traffic ticket defense lawyers are often asked
to address is when a client receives a Notice of Suspension from the New
York Department of Motor Vehicles. Many times, the client has done everything
that they were supposed to do by filling in the "Not Guilty"
section of the ticket, requesting a supporting deposition and mailing
the ticket back to the issuing court. Unfortunately, the court system
is not perfect and for whatever reason the client's "Not Guilty"
plea is not entered with the court and they are never sent a notice to
appear in court.
Failing to appear and/or answer a
traffic ticket in Westchester County, NY will result in the local court notifying the
DMV of your non-appearance and you will be issued a Notice of Suspension.
The Notice of Suspension will be mailed to your home and will advise you
of why you are going to be suspended, the underlying violation that you
are charged with, the court where the violation is pending and the date
on which your driver's license will be suspended. Ignoring the Notice
of Suspension will result in your driving privileges being suspended in
New York and you will be required to pay additional fees in order to lift
What should I do if I receive a Suspension Notice in Westchester County, NY?
The best advice is to contact a proven Westchester traffic ticket defense
Riebling, Proto & Sachs, LLP, our defense lawyers have been protecting the driving privileges and license
of individuals throughout Westchester County for years. We have a very
successful and proven record of defending clients charged with all types
of traffic infractions. In fact, based upon our experience and track record,
our office even offers a guarantee to clients with traffic,
cell phone tickets. Read more about our
White Plains Client avoids 5 point Cell Phone ticket and Suspension Prevented
One of our recent successes involved a client who had received a cell phone
ticket issued by a White Plains police officer. The client responded to
the ticket as instructed, however, she never received a notice to appear
in the White Plains City Court. Her failure to answer the summons was
reported to the DMV and she was issued a suspension notice.
Fortunately, the client contacted the traffic lawyers of Riebling, Proto
& Sachs, LLP. The first action was to contact the White Plains City
Court and have the matter calendared before one of the judges. Instead
of having the matter proceed to a trial, defense attorney Stephen Riebling
successfully negotiated a much reduced plea deal. Instead of a five point
cell phone violation, the client left the court with zero points on her
license and paid a minimal fine. More importantly, since we were able
to quickly calendar and resolve the ticket, the client avoided the license
suspension and the additional fees from the DMV.
Get the Protection and Defense You Deserve
If you receive a traffic, speeding or cell phone ticket anywhere in Westchester
contact our office for a free consultation. Not only will our traffic ticket defense
lawyers explain your options in detail, we can help you avoid having to
appear in court. Most importantly, our services in defending your traffic
ticket are guaranteed.