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    Hand Held Communication Device

    How we fight a distracted driving lawsuit?

    Using a handheld communication or entertainment device can trigger serious traffic offenses and tickets. A hand-held wireless communication or electronic entertainment device conviction can result in a significant increase in your insurance rates, or worse yet, could result in a suspension of your license.

    The only situation where the driver has the right to use the handheld wireless communication device is to call 911. In every other case, the charges will be used as a countermeasure against the driver. Using a handheld communication or entertainment device while on the red light or the stop sign line is forbidden as well.

    There are only a few ways to fight a distracted driving ticket:

    We deal with such cases by requesting officer’s notes, preparing for your case, and presenting it to the court. We verify the notes and see if there are any inconsistencies in the proof or if it leads to reasonable doubt. Reasonable doubt means that there is a possibility that the officer mistook your actions as distracted driving.

    Using a handheld communication or entertainment device while on the red light or the stop sign line is forbidden as well. Any action that the driver takes while holding any kind of communication device in hand can result in the suspension of the driver’s license. It’s crucial to have in mind that even reaching for any type of tablet, cd player, phone, or television device can also cause license suspension.

    PTT Traffic Tickets has an expert legal team for Hand-Held device tickets and distracted driving charges, so the legal team will represent the best interest of the driver and make a strong case.

    Our legal team helps dismiss or significantly reducing these penalties for a hand-held or entertainment device charges:

    • Cash fine between $500 and $1,000 and a 3-day license suspension, for the first violation
    • Cash fine between $500 and $2,000 and a 7-day license suspension, for the second violation
    • Cash fine between $500 and $3,000 and a 30-day license suspension, for the third violation or more

    The penalties for novice class drivers (G1/G2 or M1/M2) include escalating sanctions by way of further suspensions upon conviction—even more reason to make sure you have proper representation.Every hand-held or entertainment device case that is handled by PTT Traffic Tickets is thoroughly examined by our professional legal team. By ordering and reviewing disclosure (police officer’s evidence) prior to attending court on your behalf, we can make an informed decision about your best interest as a driver. This ensures that our legal professionals are overly prepared to represent your case before the courts.

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