From speeding to reckless driving, convictions for violations of Colorado’s traffic laws can affect motorists in multitudes of ways; from relatively inconsequential ways to extremely severe. Minor isolated traffic infractions may not seem like a big deal to many, but to a driver whose cumulative driving history is spotted with additional traffic offense convictions, a simple speeding ticket can result in a loss of driving privileges.
In addition, a traffic infraction can evolve into a criminal charge if someone is injured or killed because of a motorist’s violation of traffic laws. For example, a charge of reckless driving can be used to convict a motorist of criminal charges if bodily injury results to someone as a result of reckless driving.
Attorney Thomas A. Ramunda Jr. (A Parker, Colorado Traffic Attorney / A Denver, Colorado Traffic Attorney), is well-versed in Colorado traffic laws and is very experienced when it comes to dealing with the DMV, District Attorneys, and the courts regarding traffic offenses.