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Denver Traffic Attorney

Every type of Denver traffic violation carries a specific number of points that will be assessed against your driver’s license as part of the penalty for the offense. If you accumulate too many points over a certain period of time, you can lose your driving privileges. When dealing with a traffic case, it is essential to have an attorney who can properly advise an individual regarding acceptable plea offers, or in the alternative, when a jury trial on the charges is necessary.

Juvenile Traffic Violations

Traffic violations can quickly become expensive and can carry harsh consequences for juvenile offenders and. It’s important to have a Denver traffic attorney on your side to help alleviate the effects on your child, especially if they have committed multiple offenses. Michael Sheehan can assist in either reducing or eliminating the charges your child is facing.

Common Traffic Violations

There are three categories that traffic violations fall under: parking violations, equipment/miscellaneous violations, and moving violations. Under these umbrella categories, the law is divided into a many different types of infractions and violations. The most common traffic violations for offenders include:

  • Driving under the influence (DUI)
  • Running a red light
  • Reckless driving
  • Driving while uninsured
  • Speeding
Denver Traffic Attorney

Is a DUI a misdemeanor or a felony in CO?

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a person’s facing a misdemeanor if

they’re charged with a DUI in Colorado

unless this is that person’s fourth DUI

or more than fourth DUI and in those

cases that person is likely going to be

looking at a felony DUI charge


Contact a Denver Traffic Attorney Today

Consequences of traffic violations can sometimes be severe and can include driver’s license revocation, fines, and jail time.

Contact Michael Sheehan today to discuss what defenses may be available in your Traffic Violation case. Michael Sheehan represents clients in Denver, Adams, Arapahoe, Douglas, or Jefferson County, and U.S. District Courts.

*Colorado does not certify lawyers as specialists in any field