East Grand Forks Traffic Violation Attorneys
Traffic violations encompass more than simple speeding tickets and DUI charges. Many traffic law violations can lead to significant fines, an increase in insurance premiums, suspension or revocation of your driver’s license, and even jail time.
At Dusek Law a criminal defense firm with offices in East Grand Forks, we represent individuals throughout North Dakota and Minnesota regarding a wide variety of traffic-related offenses, including:
- Reckless driving or careless driving
- Excessive speeding
- Driving with a suspended license
- Driving without a license
- Driving without liability insurance
- Fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer
- Leaving the scene of a crime
- Violating open container laws
Comprehensive Representation From Williston Traffic Ticket Defense Lawyers
If you are concerned about losing your driver’s license, protecting your driving record or avoiding additional penalties for a traffic violation, you need the counsel of an experienced defense attorney. Attorney David Dusek has been guiding clients through these complex situations for more than 20 years, working diligently to protect their rights.
At Dusek Law we break down drug charges and analyze each element, conducting a thorough analysis of the situation. Then, we work with clients to craft a strategic defense that anticipates the prosecution’s arguments and highlights their weaknesses.
Contact Dusek Law | Available 24 Hours A Day
We are available by telephone any time, day or night. Weekend and evening appointments are available upon request. We accept credit cards and offer payment plans for select cases.
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