Out-Of-State Speeding Tickets

This article is intended for individuals who live in another state besides New York and have received a speeding or traffic ticket in New York State.

New York license holders who receive an out-of-state traffic ticket click here.

Out-of-State Drivers Who Receive New York Speeding Tickets 

Getting a New York speeding ticket can be quite a hassle, especially when you are an out-of-state driver. Unfortunately, most out-of-state drivers never contest their NY speeding tickets. They think that it is too much of a hassle to drive back and argue. They usually justify their inaction by thinking that points will not transfer back to their home state. However, in many cases this is simply untrue. 

Points Do Transfer 

Despite what most people think, many states will assess points against your driving record for an out-of-state traffic violation. 

For example, drivers from Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia (just to name a few) will receive the full amount of points for out-of-state traffic violations as if they were committed right at home. 

Similarly, New Jersey drivers will receive 2 points for every out-of-state traffic violation they receive (that is 2 per ticket). Likewise, California drivers will have 1 point assessed for minor violations and 2 points for major violations. 

Additionally, many states will suspend your license if you are convicted of an out-of-state traffic offense that would have resulted in a suspension were it committed at home. 

Why it Pays to Fight an Out-of-State Speeding Ticket

In most cases, if you hire an attorney to fight your out-of-state speeding ticket, you will not need to appear in court. In other words, if you receive a New York speeding ticket and are licensed to drive in another state, you will not have to drive back to New York if you hire an attorney to fight your ticket. Additionally, simply pleading guilty could be extremely dangerous. Most out-of-state drivers think they are only paying a fine, but they fail to realize that their insurance rates could go up dramatically. 

Most states have entered into the Driver’s License Compact, so driving data is freely transferred from state to state. This means the Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) will likely know about your out-of-state speeding ticket and your car insurance carrier will have access to this information too. 

Furthermore, accruing 11 points or more in the State of New York—even as an out-of-state driver—will cause you to lose your ability to drive in New York (i.e. your right to drive in New York will be suspended). Remember, this accumulation of 11 points is based on the New York violations you commit under New York’s point system (not your state’s point system). 

Imagine: While on a family vacation a police officer catches you flying down the Thruway at 41 miles over the posted speed limit (an 11 point offense). Getting convicted of this one offense will prevent you from driving in New York for quite a while. 

Moreover, if you are convicted or plead guilty to a driving offense that would be 6 points in New York (e.g. driving 21-30 mph over the limit), you will be forced to pay a Driver Responsibility Assessment (DRA) to the State of New York. The DRA is $100 per year for 3 years and an additional $25 per year will be charged for each additional point over 6 you receive. This means 1 extra point will cost you $75 more (since the assessment lasts for 3 years). 

At the end of the day, it pays to fight an out-of-state speeding ticket. After all, these hidden costs—which you may not even find out about until it is too late—far exceed the cost of hiring an experienced NY traffic ticket attorney to handle your case. 

Who Should You Contact?

If you recently received a New York speeding ticket and you are an out-of-state driver, contact Adam H. Rosenblum of The Rosenblum Law Firm. Mr. Rosenblum has years of experience fighting traffic tickets, negotiating with prosecutors, and getting the results you are looking for. Call him today at 888-815-3649.

 

 

 

 

 

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75 thoughts on “Out-Of-State Speeding Tickets

  1. Bibin Varghese

    I got my first speeding ticket on Route 219 (Carrollton), never had one before in my 6 years of driving history. I was told that I was driving 71mph in a 55mph and I want to know if I will get any demerit points for first traffic violation. I am a Virginia License holder and ticket I received from New York State. What is my best option?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Bibin,

      Virginia and New York signed on to the Driver’s License Compact. This means points WILL transfer for this offense. Driving 16 over in NY is a 4 point offense that carries with it a max. fine of $393 and the possibility of a skyrocketing auto insurance premium (potentially 28% according to InsuranceQuotes.com).

  2. Harkirat

    Hi got a out of state speeding ticket in NY state for going 21over the speed limit. I have a PA license and registration. According to your answer in one of the comments points do not get transferred to PA, is that correct?.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Harkirat,

      Yes, but all of the negative consequences of points DO apply to you. While your point accumulation toward a suspension will not be affected in PA, you face two fines (one for $393 and a Driver Responsibility Assessment of $300). Also, NY and PA signed the Drivers License Compact. This means the violation will go on your record and your insurance can skyrocket.

  3. elton

    Hello,
    I got a Westchester Speeding ticket for 46 over 30 with CT license. The problem is that I am just going to replace my CT license to NY license. Should I change license first or deal with the ticket first? If I change the license, will NY track down to my new license?
    thanks.

  4. Paul

    Hi. Thanks for the great online info. We just moved to Orange County NY and my 17 year old son received a speeding ticket for 30 over (1180D – speed in zone). He still has an Illinois State DL. We are not sure what to do…

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Paul,

      You’re welcome! Make sure that he pleads not guilty. If he pleads guilty he will be facing two separate fines. One of $393 (max) and a Driver Responsibility Assessment of $300. Also, your insurance could skyrocket.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Jerry,

      Going 23 over the limit in NY is a 6 point violation and carries with it two separate fines. Although the points will not transfer to PA, the violation will. This means PA will record the violation on your driving record and your insurance can go up by 28% (according to InsuranceQuotes.com). Your fines are $393 and a Driver Responsibility Assessment of $300.

  5. Aaliyah

    Hello,

    I received a speeding ticket in CT, however I have a NYS license. Will this affect my license? Will points be added to my NYS license? I called a few NYS DMVs and a majority of them had said as long as I just pay the fine there will be no way that the points would be added to my license. The only thing that would happen is my insurance could increase. Is this true?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Aaliyah,

      Great question! For a NY licensed driver, points will not transfer from an out of state ticket. However, you will have to pay the fine and your auto insurance could go up. For more information, check out this page.

  6. Brian

    Hi. Thanks for providing a good resource online.

    I’m from PA and received two speeding tickets within a month of each other. I know for a fact that one of them falls within the purview of the TVB, and I’m not sure about the second. The first (TVB) was for 75 in a 50. The second was something similar, either 75 in 50 or 70 in a 55.

    I’ve read extensively into this online; on the PA DMV site I found a PDF outlining the state’s participation in the DLC. Apparently PA does not accept minor offenses committed out-of-state; as I understand it, neither of these potentially 6-point tickets would be reflected on my driving record. Can you confirm that is correct?

    The real question I have is how these will affect my insurance. If what I found is true (no points on my PA record), will insurance companies still see these tickets and raise my rates?

    Thanks in advance.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Brian,

      Sure thing; it’s the least we can do. Absolutely: insurance companies look to the violation, not the amount of points. If they looked at points, they would have 50 different systems and no unification. The violation is what they go by. InsuranceQuotes.com is a great resource to help you here. According to their most recent study, your rates can go up by 28% for this speeding offense and potential more for multiple tickets. Even if points don’t transfer, it is well worth fighting to make sure you do not have this steep hike.

  7. Paul

    I got a NYC speeding ticket for 30 over. I am a NJ licensed driver. How much would it cost to fight this, & what are the chances it can be reduced, or dismissed?

    Thanks.
    Paul

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Paul,

      NYC traffic ticket cases are heard in the Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB). In that court, there is no plea bargaining. The case will go to trial and you will either be convicted or exonerated. The TVB is a very difficult court to win a case in, and it is a very good idea to hire an attorney to help you win your case.

  8. Moses

    Hi,yesterday i was driving from Canada to maryland and was pulled by this NY police that profile me.I was doing 38 on 30 but he said i was doing 53 on 30.I resident in Maryland and he ask me what the speed limit was,i get confused as i just make a turn so i was not sure if he was talking about the street he stop me or the street befor.This was is Warsaw NY.I dont have time to go back to cut.If the ticket will not be transfer (points) i will just pay it and move on ,i dont see how i will drive 5 hours to attend a court date.Please best advice.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Moses,

      Don’t worry. If you hire us to fight your ticket, you will not have to come to court. We take care of everything for you! Although MD will not transfer the 6 points, you will incur two separate fines even as a MD driver: 1 fine for $398 and another called the Driver Responsibility Assessment for 300 (plus $75 for every point over 6). Then, your insurance will likely go up by 28% (according to InsuranceQuotes.com). “Just paying it” could result in thousands of dollars in out of pocket expenses for you.

  9. Ram

    I hold a driving license from WA state and got a speeding ticket in NY state on 219-South for 77mph in a 55 mph zone, and there doesn’t seem to be any indication of the actual fine on ticket. How can I check how many points have been added to me and will this data shared with WA state DMV? Also, what shall be my course of action now?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Ram,

      Great question! We blogged about this a little while ago. Points do transfer from NY to WA and the NY fines that you face in NY are very steep. For going 22 MPH over the posted speed limit, you could be slapped with 6 points and two separate fines. One fine of $395 and a Driver Responsibility Assessment of $300. Including the likely insurance increase of 28% over 3-4 years, you could be forced to cough up over well over $1,000 even though you are an out-of-state driver.

  10. zhenyu chen

    I come from California. I’ve got a speeding ticket on I-90 (Cayuga county) going 91 mph in a 65 mph zone. The officer ask me to respond the ticket by mail before August. From the comments, it seems i would receive a big fines and get the point transfer back to CA. What should i do now? If i choose to hire you, how much chance i could get rid of the point and the fine?
    Thanks.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Zhenyu,

      You are correct. You face serious consequences for going 26 MPH over the speed limit. Pleading guilty could result in paying over $1.000 in fines, surcharges, assessments, and auto insurance increases (not to mention points). There is a good chance that we can help you.

  11. Kumar

    I got a speeding ticket for 84 mph in a 65 mph zone, and there doesn’t seem to be any indication of the actual fine on here. My car and license are registered in MA. What should be my course of action, and will this ticket result in a license revocation ?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Kumar,

      Great questions. MA and NY have reciprocity with one another, so a conviction for speeding in NY will show up on your driving record and points will follow you home. Going 19 over will not result in a suspension–on its own. If you have other traffic tickets pending or a bad record, however, it could. The fine for this ticket is $393 (surcharge included). However, the hidden insurance cost is what will really get you if you don’t fight this. You could face a huge auto insurance hike even though you are licensed in MA and not NY.

  12. Kortney Mayorga

    I got a speeding ticket for going 70 in a 55 mph zone in NY. Had my license for ten days and have an indiana drivers license. Officer said that since I’m not a NY resident the points won’t affect me. Is this true? What would my fines be if I plead guilty?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Kortney,

      In New York, a ticket for going 70 in a 55 zone would result in 4 points on your license and up to $393 in fines and associated fees. I do believe the officer is mistaken, however, regarding the point transfer. My research indicates that Indiana is a signatory to the Driver License Compact, which means New York will share this information with Indiana and your state will treat the violation as if it occurred there.

  13. Ginny

    I visited NY State all the way from Korea, and got a speed ticket on I-86 (near Campbell) going 84 mph on 65 mph zone. I have no clue what to do with the ticket.

    A. What do out-of-country residents do? I would come back to the US, but I don’t need to drive in NY State…
    B. Plea guilty/not guilty sounds extremely serious to me, the system is quite different from that of Korea. (We are just directly fined – flat rate.) But I gather guilty would be more costly than the other. Should I, as a non-US resident, plea not guilty and hire an attorney?

    Some background, if I may:
    1. Never been pulled over, it took me around a minute to realize I had to.
    2. Did not realize I was stepping on it, Korea works on the metric system and “miles” always gets me confused.
    3. We were excited to be driving up to see the Niagara Falls for the first time…
    4. Problem is, mail/ticket is due next week; I broke my leg and could not get out of the house to send this off……

    Thanks!
    G

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Ginny,

      Great question! Your legal matter is a bit more complicated than I can respond to in our comment box. Please call our firm directly for a comprehensive answer.

  14. Usman

    Hi,

    I was caught speeding at 90 mph on 65 mph in NY..The officer handed me paper work that requires me to contact the court to find out the potential fine and points.

    My question to you is:

    Would the traffic violation show on ON license?
    What kind of fine i may get.

    I was thinking about hiring a lawyer. Should I

    Thank you.

    Usman

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Usman,

      The fine for going 25 mph over the limit in New York is a maximum of $300, plus a $93 court surcharge fee, plus a $300 Driver Responsibility Assessment fee to the DMV (paid as $100 a year for three years), for a total of $693. This would also result in 6 points in New York and, yes, Ontario will receive this information and assess demerit points on your license according to Ontario law. If you want to avoid paying these large fines and fees, and not have demerit points on your license, it makes sense to hire a lawyer.

  15. Dinesh

    I am from Georgia and got a speeding ticket in NY, driving 83 MPH in a 65 MPH zone. The ticket shows me to appear in court. Since I live in GA I wont be able to come NY, kindly suggest how to handle

  16. Dee

    I am a NJ licensed driver who received a ‘handheld electronic device’ summons in NYC. I am almost due with my baby and would iike to just pay it to avoid coming back into city to court during this time. I have a strong case since I was not on my phone for 3 minutes (right before I pulled out of parking spot) before the police officer stopped me and he saw me touching phone to adjust volume. Should I go to court?
    What are the fees associated to having you represent? Ticket cost is $138.
    Thank you!

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Dee,

      If you hire an attorney, you will most likely not have to go to court. This ticket carries a 5 point penalty and, as you noted, a $138 fine. However, that is not the only price you will pay if you plead guilty. Insurance companies frown upon drivers ticketed for using cell phones while driving; they consider such drivers “distracted drivers” and, therefore, your insurance rates are likely to increase significantly over the next three to four years. If you believe you have a strong case (and if, after consultation, your attorney does too), then you have a good shot at coming away with 0 points and 0 fines — it’s worth the fight!

  17. John Graham

    My son from ohio working in New york fot a ticket for using his phone while driving, paid ticket shows 5 pts for New york but thjis does not apply on his ohio license. He also got pulled over speeding, the police officer move it to a moving violation for two pts and that did showed up on his Ohio driving record. He got the assement paper from New York to pay $125 for half assement or $375 for full assement do we really need to pay this since it only shows two points on his ohio driving license or can we get out of this?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      John,

      Yes, your son really does need to pay the assessment. If he doesn’t, New York will send notification of his failure to pay to Ohio, which will likely suspend his license. If he gets caught driving with a suspended license, this is a crime which may lead to jail time.

  18. William

    I am from California and got a speeding ticket, driving 80 MPH in a 65 MPH zone on the I-390 (Steuben County). Should I …

    A) Contest the ticket (fyi, highly unlikely I would ever fly back East to appear in court)
    B) Plead guilty and pay fines
    C) Play ignorant and don’t do anything and never return to NY state?

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      The good news is that if you hire us we can plead and get the ticket reduced on your behalf. All you’d have to do is hire us and send us the ticket. I think ignoring it is a bad idea for 2 reasons (1) once NY suspends you they will notify CA and you will likely be suspended in CA or not be allowed to renew your CA license; (2) you may forget about it after many years and may somehow end up back in NY and get caught and arrested for driving while suspended.

  19. Gaurav

    I have an AZ license and car licensed in AZ and received 2 tickets together – tinted glass and failure to yield to pedestrian while driving in NYC. The tinted glass level was valid in AZ but not in NY and pedestrian was far when I took left turn but cop didn’t agree. I pleaded not guilty but have received the date for court appearance in NYC on October 8. Unfortunately I am relocating to TX in July and wanted to know the best option for me.

  20. Joanne

    My son got a ticket for speeding 70 in a 55 in Newfield, NY. His drivers license is CT. We had no idea NY was so tough with speeding, and we are both very anxious about this. Can you tell me what the fines will be including the DRA you mention in other responses? What would your lawyer fees be to defend him if he should plead not guilty? Neither he nor I have the money for lawyer fees. We are still trying to pay for college. Also, how many points would he get against him? thanks for you help.

  21. Ram

    Got 3 tickets for HOV 1128a, 1128d, 1110a violations on LIE ,NASSAU county and one insurance document expiration ticket. I think I can contest insurance ticket , but not sure about pov tickets . What will be the fine? Should I pay it?
    Thanks.

  22. Todd Rotti

    I received a speeding ticket in Clarkstown on I 87 for 77mph in a 55mph zone. I am from Massachusetts and was wondering if it would be worth fighting.
    Thanks

  23. Delaney Blom

    I’m a Virginia resident with a Va driver’s license. I got a speeding ticket (19 over the limit) on Staten Island. Since your money-back guarantee is not valid in NYC, should I assume that I’m better off paying the fine and taking the points?

    Thanks!

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      Even though we do not provide a guarantee, at least if you hire an attorney you have a chance of winning. If you plead guilty, you have no chance at all.

  24. Sarah Horvitz

    Hi Adam,

    I am a Maryland resident with a MD drivers license and just got a ticket in Binghamton for going 84 mph in a 55. What sort of fines/points am I looking at as an out of state driver?

  25. Frank

    I got a ticket for “speed in zone” going 79 in a 50 in the Bronx. This was a set-up, as there were about two or three other cops pulling people over in the same spot. I’m not sure how much the fine is because it is a bit vague??? If I plead guilty, I am expected to give them my credit card number without knowing how much the fine is. From what I can tell, it could be $368 plus a Driver Responsibility Assessment. How much will it cost me to hire a lawyer and fight this? Or is it cheaper just to pay the fine???

    Thanks

  26. Jesse B

    I’m from Massachusetts, and I got a ticket in upstate New York while driving at a speed under the posted limit of 65. I contested my ticket and received a court date in the mail that I couldn’t make. I called the court and requested a new date, which they said would be provided to me via the mail. I never received anything, so I’m a bit concerned as to what the status of my license is in the state of New York. As an out-of-state driver, how can I be sure that I’m legal to drive in New York?

  27. Deepak

    I got pulled over in Staten Island, NY (I have NJ license) for speeding 13 miles over the 30 mph speed limit with 5 points. From reading the web, 2 points will record into NJ DMV for this speeding ticket. I would like to know if I can fight this case so no points carry over to my NJ license.

  28. Megan

    I will be calling you in the morning regarding my ticket.
    It seems that the New York State Police were just pulling people over & issuing speeding tickets left & right the week of November 4th 2013.
    I live in Massachusetts,I was back & forth to N.Y. approxamitely 15 times all summer, NEVER did I get issued a ticket. On Nov. 4th I was on 90 going West- I commented to my Daughter that I never saw so many Troopers in all my trips combined as I had seen in the past 3 hours. So, I put cruise control on 72. Next thing I know there are red & white lights behind me, so I proceeded to pull my motor vehicle over to right shoulder. The Trooper appeared at my passengers side & asked for license & registration. While looking for the correctly dated reg he said “Do you know why I pulled you over”, I told him no.
    He told me he got me on Radar doing 89 mph in a 65mph zone. I had told him that could not be right because I had cruise on..I even said “LOOK, it is still on sir on my dashboard”. He said I had just put it on when I stopped for him. He was kinda nosey, wanted to know what I was doing, with whom, why, blah, blah . I was respectful but finally asked for the ticket he was holding so I could leave.
    I always get pulled over Upstate (about 30 miles from Cooperstown) because I have a new Dodge Challenger & I think the local boys wanna know who I am, Which is fine. I was pulled over by a State Trooper at 2:30 am one morning after leaving the hospital were my Mother was dying. He said there had been alot of burglaries and he was just seeing who was the only one out at that hour. I was not speeding but he did say it took him a bit to turn around and catch up, and said try to slow it down a little because of deer & had not yet taken my license or reg — My reply was ” Sir, it is a Challenger” as I handed him my info. He laughed,& said ” your right, have a good night” and walked away. I had to tell that story cause that ONLY happens in the movies!
    But as far as this nonsense of 89 in a 65, I’m guessing that I ought to call your offices because they seemed to be busy that night issuing tickets to innocent people.

  29. Angel McCullen

    I live in VA and received a speeding ticket while I am not usually one to speed there had been a death in the family and I hadn’t been paying attention. I was actually with the flow of traffic.
    I elected to pay the fine. I believe it was $250. I have now received a letter saying my NY state driving privileges are now suspended for not having paid some $300 assessment. I didn’t receive anything prior to this saying I had anything more to pay. I am a hospice RN and my job consists of driving to people’s homes. I cannot afford for insurance to go up because of the points. I haven’t had a ticket in almost 10 yrs.
    What is my best course of action at this point?

  30. Swati

    I carry PA drivers licence and I got the speeding ticket for (driving 25 mph over the speed limit) on 2nov. While i was overtaking the other car on 30 mph speed limit, had to increase the speed to 55 to overtake and after that cop caught me within seconds. It was hard to reduce the speed so quickly, i tried to explain but he issued me a ticket. Please suggest what should be the next step.

  31. Damon

    Hello,

    I got a ticket today (my very first time being pulled over…) while traveling through NY on I81 South Bound. I am being charged with doing 99 in a 65 zone and I know I was doing at least that. I am young (19), dumb, and have not had my provisional license for over a year yet. I am financing a 1995 Honda Civic 5-speed Manual Transmission (no mods) so full coverage insurance is required. I live in Maryland and my insurance is already +200 a month, which is a HUGE pain with car payments and rent. All of my time and money has been put towards going to Carthage, NY in order to see my girlfriend as much as possible since I live and Maryland and she had to move up there a couple months ago. I was the only one on the road and I was trying to catch up with the group of cars in front of me, so I know he didn’t catch someone else on his radar. As I got closer to the group I put the car in neutral and coasted to meet with them. I was in the middle of the group and going 80 to stay with the flow when I looked in my rear view and saw the police cruiser riding my tail. As soon as I put my blinker on to see if he just wanted to pass me, he turned his lights on. The ticket says I need to mail it to Preble Town Court within 48 hours if I plea not-guilty. There’s no way I can afford to pay as much as this ticket would turn out to cost, there’s no way I can afford to have my license suspended, and there’s no way I could show up to court. If I would have done research on how much tickets cost BEFORE I decided to speed, I would not have sped. Not that much. But what’s done is done. I’m not one to usually speed, I just wanted to get the 7 hour trip over with. I really need some help.

  32. Jacob

    Hello, thank you for the article. On Nov 1 at 2.15 AM, I got pulled over for speeding near the town of Carrollton on US 291 N. The road was very dark and I missed the post for the reduced speed limit. The officer issued me a 1110A ticket for “Failure to obey traffic control device”. I understand this violation carries 2 points. I hold a VA driver’s license. Will these points be transferred to VA? Is it possible to contest this?

  33. Denise

    Hello, Over the summer we received a speeding ticket in the Dickinson District of NY on our way to Canada (driving 23 miles over the limit). We didn’t realize the very short response period for non-guilt plea and just sent everything in with a guilty plea, as we couldn’t do anything on-line. We recently received the fee for the fine ($300.00), but I also received fine of $300 for “driver responibility assessment”! I am a resident of New Jersey and have no idea what this is, or how this ticket is considered 6 points!! Is there anything that can be done at this point?

  34. Sunny

    Hello,

    My wife today got a ticket while she was heading back home from Rochester, NY to VA. She was pulled over driving 92 on a 65 road. She had a bad bladder and did let the cop even know that she was looking for an exit so that she could find a restroom. She was at 92 as it was down hill and she just got out of speed range. We are planning to fight the case. But it would be great if you could give a better idea of how to deal with this?

    Thank you

  35. Betto

    I received a “stop sign” ticket in Queens, NY. I have a NJ driver’s license and even though I tried to plead guilty and pay it online and just move on, the 15 days in which I had to answer the ticket have passed! I never intended not to pay this ticket but it was impossible to get it done online. Will NJ suspend my driver’s license? What are my options now? Thank you in advance for your time and help.

  36. Diana Vazquez

    I received a sidewings/sidewindow/non/transprant ticket on june 1 2013 on the I-87 in albany
    i just noticed that i had to plea not guility in 48 hours Is it to late from me to send it in I live brooklyn
    how can i go about this it doesnt even say how much i have to be

  37. Frank

    I received a speeding ticket on July 4, 2013 on US219 going 17 MPH over 45MPH speed limit.

    I am on vacation and just noticed that I need to plea not guilty in 48 hours. Is it too late?

    I live in Maryland and will be handle things on Wednesday.

    1. Adam Rosenblum Post author

      If you hire us to represent you, we can take care of everything including the plea of not guilty. You are looking at 4 points and $385 in fines. Please contact us at 888-883-5529 to discuss.