Fort Collins Traffic Crime Attorneys
Handling Serious Traffic Cases for Clients in Norther Colorado
Many Colorado drivers have likely received a traffic ticket at some point in their lives. While speeding tickets and other moving violations are generally seen as an annoyance, these cases can add up to a more serious offense. You cannot simply ignore your ticket without paying the fine or contesting it in court. In addition, your moving violation may also be charged as reckless driving if the officer that pulled you over deems you were driving with a reckless disregard for others on the road.
This is a much more serious offense and should never be taken lightly. In addition, DUI charges, driving with a suspended or revoked license, or causing injury or death to others while behind the wheel can have a permanent effect on your future and your freedom. Protect your rights and your license by calling a skilled attorney as soon as possible.
Reach out to Roselle & Breitigam, P.C. as soon as you are able. Call (970) 238-7900 to schedule a free consultation today.
Our attorneys have more than 40 years of combined professional experience, including years spent as prosecutors for the District Attorney's office. In 1991, our original firm opened with a commitment to helping every client receive the maximum protection from a justice system that has the power to strip people of their freedoms and rights. Our traffic lawyers continue to carry out that mission today. We can help defend you, no matter the severity of the traffic violation you are facing.
What Are the Traffic Cases That We Handle?
Our attorneys handle serious traffic crimes with the care and attention to detail these matters deserve. Whether you are facing maximum points on your license, a revocation of your license, excessive fines, and/or jail time, our firm’s experienced lawyers can help.
Contact us for help with any of the following:
- Speeding in excess of 20 mph over posted limit
- Reckless driving and illegal lane changes
- DUI defense and related drunk driving offenses
- Driving under suspension (DUS)
- Driver’s license revocations and driving under revocation (DUR)
- Driving under cancellation or driving under denial (DUD)
- Commercial driver’s license violations
What Are Habitual Traffic Offenders (HTOs) in CO?
Under Colorado law, a habitual traffic offender (HTO) has been stopped for three severe traffic offenses in a seven year period. These offenses include DUI, driving under restraint, reckless driving, and more. HTOs face license revocation for five years, and, under Colorado Revised Statute 42-2-206, those stopped while driving after revocation prohibited (DARP) face Class One misdemeanor charges which may include jail time if convicted.
In addition, prosecution as a repeat offender can lead to substantially increased fines, driver's license suspension, mandatory attendance in special driver training and safety classes, and increased auto insurance premiums.
Tell Us about Your Case During a Free Consultation
Call or contact Roselle & Breitigam, P.C. to arrange a free informative consultation with our experienced Fort Collins traffic crime defense attorneys. Mr. Roselle and Mr. Breitigam represent individuals across Northern Colorado charged with felony and misdemeanor traffic violations.
Together we can help you overcome your criminal charges, protect your rights and preserve your freedom. Call us at (970) 238-7900.
Over 3,000 Cases Successfully Handled
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As Former Prosecutors, We Know Both Sides of the Law Well
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