If you received a citation in Nevada for allegedly driving too slowly, don’t just accept it. The circumstances are often unclear, but a knowledgeable traffic lawyer can adequately challenge the ticket’s validity through the legal process. Contact us for a consultation about fighting your driving too slowly allegation.
While most tickets involve speeding, driving too far under the minimum posted speed is also illegal in Nevada. Fines start around $50. However, heavy traffic, weather conditions, and other factors can make obeying minimum speeds difficult or unsafe. A skilled attorney knows how to fight questionable slow-driving tickets.
Experienced traffic citation lawyers know how to craft strong defenses against driving too slowly allegations, such as:
Our attorneys thoroughly examine the facts to build the most robust case possible. We then negotiate assertively with prosecutors or advocate for dismissal in court. Don’t settle for an unjust citation – fight back!
Our firm has achieved thousands of dismissals and reduced Nevada traffic tickets over decades of experience. We have the proven record, expertise, and resources to put the odds in your favor, including:
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If the ticket is not dismissed, we advocate for reduced fines and fees during these hearings.
If fines are imposed, we work to arrange manageable payment plans to ease the burden.
These citations can add points to your license. We help avoid that.
We leverage traffic specialists as expert witnesses to refute allegations if needed.
Thoroughly examining the alleged violation scene for potential defense arguments.
We ensure any reductions or dismissals are reported to your insurer to prevent problems.
Our remote capabilities make it easy to defend drivers from other states.
Unsafe weather like rain, snow, or fog can justify driving below the minimum speed limit.
In most cases, your attorney can represent you in court, so you don’t have to appear personally.
Yes, you are responsible for any citation you receive, even in a rental or borrowed car.
It’s unlikely for a first offense, but it could be possible for repeat occurrences. An attorney can help prevent suspension.
Inform your lawyer to explain financial hardship and request fine reductions or a payment plan from the court.
Completing defensive driving school may help get specific citations dismissed or reduced.
In Nevada, driving too slowly convictions typically add three demerit points to your license.
Citation – An official ticket issued for a traffic violation offense.
Dismissal – When a citation is dismissed by the court, canceling your responsibility for fines and points.
Minimum Speed Limit – The lowest permitted speed on a given road, typically posted along with maximum limits.
Mitigation Hearing – A court hearing where you can present information arguing for reduced fines and penalties.
Demerit Points – Points added to your driver’s license following certain convictions, potentially resulting in suspension.
Negligence – Failure to exercise proper caution and reasonable care while driving.
Weather Conditions – Environmental factors like rain, snow, fog, etc., can impact safe driving speeds.
Technicality – A minor technical error or issue with how a ticket was written that may invalidate it.
Plea Deal – An agreement with prosecutors to plead guilty in return for lesser charges, fines, or dismissed citations.
Evidence – Proof presented in court to fight a ticket, like weather reports, photos, or dashcam video.
Our lead attorney, Molly Rosenblum, Esq, has created several resources to assist you in your time of need. Below you will find a list of these resources:
Please note that while these resources provide valuable information, they are not a replacement for legal advice. Always consult with a professional for your specific situation.
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Thanks for reviewing the helpful information we’ve provided about fighting traffic tickets in Nevada.
I hope you now feel better equipped to contest that unjust citation. Don’t let it go unchallenged!
My team and I have decades of experience successfully getting charges reduced or dismissed for drivers like you.
We know how to carefully examine the allegations, identify technical flaws, leverage expert testimony, and build an aggressive defense.
If you are ready to start fighting that ticket, please don’t hesitate to call me at (702) 433-2889.
We offer affordable rates and convenient payment plans. I look forward to helping protect your driving record.
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Molly Rosenblum, Esq.