Traffic tickets are the method by which law enforcement officers maintain the safety of our roads and highways. If you are given a speeding ticket, you may find yourself tempted to just pay it and move on, but this may be unwise. Long after the speeding ticket has been paid, you may face repercussions of the event because of points on your driver's license. The Law Office of Jon R. Fee represents Colorado residents and non-residents charged in Montrose County, CO and Ouray County, CO for speeding, reckless driving, driving under suspension, red light violations, stop sign infractions, and other Colorado traffic violations.
Colorado employs a driver's license point system. Each conviction for a traffic violation in Colorado is reported to the DMV. Each conviction carries a certain number of points to be placed on your driving record. Accumulating too many points in a certain period of time will result in the loss of your driving privilege through a point suspension.
Speeding (5 - 9 MPH over the limit):
Failure to yield right-of-way:
Failure to show proof of insurance:
Speeding (10 - 19 MPH over the limit):
Speeding (20 - 39 MPH over the limit):
Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol:
Evading an officer:
Speeding (40+ MPH over the limit):
Leaving an accident scene:
If you have received a traffic citation, speeding ticket, or any other moving violation in Montrose, Ouray, or Ridgway, CO - call us today for a free consultation with a Colorado traffic ticket lawyer about your case in Montrose and Ouray County. Speeding ticket attorney Jon R. Fee has the knowledge and focus needed to successfully challenge any traffic ticket.