What are the penalties for 3rd or subsequent DWI offense?

 The penalty for a third DUI conviction in Delaware is a felony on your record with a minimum penalty of 6 months in jail, and possibly up to 2 years, together with loss of license and serious fines.  Further, there is no time limitation between offenses; it is calculated across the entire lifetime.  Consult an experienced attorney now […]

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What should I do when I receive a traffic summons?

Immediately read any traffic summons upon receipt. This will help you when you’re speaking to an attorney to determine your best course of action The Delaware traffic summons’s talk about mandatory appearances. That simply means that because of the nature of the charge, you have to communicate with the court If you go through an […]

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What is the point system for traffic offenses from the Department of Motor Vehicle in Delaware?

The number of points on your license has an impact because insurance companies learn about the points They make inquiries to the Department of Motor Vehicles as to what the totals are for their insured drivers. Also, the Department of Motor Vehicles has a staggered point system whereby after 8 points they’ll review your driving […]

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What are the common traffic charges and penalties that a court will order?

  Most of the traffic charges we receive are for speeding, not following traffic devices, not having insurance or a driver’s license in the driver’s possession, or not having the correct registration information Your charges are going to be listed on the ticket, and it is important to know what they are The court will […]

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Can I plea bargain my traffic ticket charge in Delaware?

Yes, but it will depend on the nature and the number of the charges. In almost every circumstance, the police officers or prosecutors are willing to reduce charges They will look at an individuals prior record, they’ll look at the severity of the charge, and they’ll look at some type of reasonable basis for a […]

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