Traffic charges from a speeding offense or other citation may initially appear to be nothing more than a minor inconvenience. In truth, financial costs of a ticket can be onerous, your insurance premiums could increase and multiple infractions could put your driver’s license in jeopardy.
At Mays Law Office, LLC, we believe that every driver in Wisconsin deserves the opportunity for a defense against a traffic ticket. From our Middleton office, our attorneys bring more than 60 years of combined experience to your case. We review the facts of your case and provide you with a strong defense against a broad range of charges, including:
- Speeding tickets
- Driving with no insurance
- Reckless driving
- Texting and driving and other distracted driving infractions
- Driving with a suspended license
Understanding Wisconsin’s Demerit Point System
Every traffic citation in Wisconsin carries a certain number of demerit points. The most serious offenses, including reckless driving or attempting to elude an officer, carry six points. More minor offenses may carry two to four points depending on the infraction. For drivers who are using a probationary license, the second and subsequent offenses will carry double demerit points.
Award-Winning Legal Counsel
Attorney Stephen Mays was named by Madison Magazine as one of Madison’s Top Lawyers in traffic violation defense. He knows what it takes to achieve a successful outcome, and he leverages this knowledge to give you the high-quality defense you deserve.