Many Different Traffic Ticket Offenses in Minnesota
For private drivers, there are nearly a dozen different offenses in Minnesota that a person may be charged with by police or the state patrol:
- Moving violations such as speeding or illegal turns
- Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Careless driving
- Reckless driving
- Ignoring an extended school bus arm
- Failing to pay a ticket
- Failing to appear in court
- Driving without proof of insurance
- Outstanding traffic warrants
- Driving after suspension
- Driving after revocation
- Driver after cancellation – inimical to public safety
When you are charged with any of these or any other traffic violation, before paying the ticket call a traffic ticket attorney at Sieben Edmunds Miller.
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