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Phoenix CDL Tickets Lawyer

For most people, getting a ticket is simply a nuisance. However, for those who have their commercial driver’s license (CDL), a traffic violation can result in much harsher consequences, including possible CDL disqualification. At the Nunez Law Firm, PLLC, we are ready to help when you need a Phoenix CDL ticket lawyer. Our team will thoroughly investigate the incident and work to defend you in court. We know that a CDL often represents a person’s livelihood, and we want to ensure you remain legal on the roadway.

Choose Nunez Law Firm, PLLC To Help With Your Case

If you have a CDL and are worried about how a ticket will affect your license, speak to an attorney at the Nunez Law Firm, PLLC about your case today.

  • We have more than 20 years of experience helping commercial driver’s license holders get through complicated situations just like this.
  • Our clients always have access to their attorneys to ask any questions or raise concerns about their cases.
  • We treat every client with respect and dignity, and we believe that everybody has the right to a vigorous defense for commercial driving violations.

Commercial Driving Traffic Offenses

Those who hold a commercial driver’s license can face disqualification or suspension of their CDL for a variety of violations, including those committed while driving a personal vehicle.

  • If a person loses their license to operate a personal vehicle due to a serious speeding violation, they may lose their CDL for a minimum of 60 days and a maximum of 120 days.
  • If a person loses their license to operate their personal vehicle due to an impaired driving violation, they may lose their CDL for 12 months. A second impaired driving conviction will result in a permanent disqualification of a CDL.

If a person commits a traffic violation while operating a commercial vehicle, they can face a range of penalties depending on the seriousness of the violation. A “major violation” will almost certainly result in a disqualification of a person from having a commercial driver’s license. A first-time major violation will result in a 12-month disqualification of a CDL. The second conviction of a major violation will result in a lifetime disqualification.

Arizona considers the following to be major violations concerning a CDL:

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood-alcohol level of .04% or higher.
  • Driving a commercial vehicle on a suspended or revoked CDL.
  • Leaving the scene of an accident.
  • Refusing to submit to an alcohol test.
  • Using a vehicle in the commission of a felony.
  • Causing a fatality due to negligence while operating a commercial vehicle.

There are certain violations specific to commercial vehicle operators that can result in significant penalties and a suspension or revocation of a CDL. This includes:

  • Violation of federal hours of service requirements
  • Oversized loads
  • Road grade permissions
  • Speeding in excess of 15 miles an hour over the speed limit

How Will An Attorney Help A CDL Ticket Case?

A Phoenix CDL ticket attorney is going to be invaluable to your CDL ticket defense case. Whether your case revolves around an alleged criminal incident or os a traffic violation, you cannot risk losing your CDL. A criminal defense lawyer has the resources you need, and they can:

  • Gather all of the evidence being used against you.
  • Challenge any questionable evidence being used in your case and provide an alternative explanation to the points that prosecutors or law enforcement officials make.
  • Work to get any charges reduced to an offense that will not jeopardize your CDL.

Contact Us For Help With Your Case Today

If you or somebody you care about has received a traffic ticket and you are worried about how this will affect your commercial driver’s license, you need to speak to an attorney as soon as possible. At the Nunez Law Firm, PLLC, we are going to investigate circumstances surrounding the ticket and work to get the violation reduced or dismissed. Contact us to schedule a consultation with a Phoenix CDL ticket lawyer, call (602) 500-0000 today.