Reynoldsburg Traffic Ticket Attorney
Our Reynoldsburg traffic ticket attorneys regularly represent clients facing a wide range of traffic offenses in the Reynoldsburg Mayor’s Court.
Traffic violations in Reynoldsburg are generally charged under the Reynoldsburg City Code. Examples of traffic charges in Reynoldsburg include:
REYNOLDSBURG FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH LAWFUL ORDER OF POLICE OFFICER; FLEEING.
Reynoldsburg Traffic Code Section 303.01
The Reynoldsburg fleeing law states that: “No person shall operate a motor vehicle so as willfully to elude or flee a police officer after receiving a visible or audible signal from a police officer to bring the person’s motor vehicle to a stop.” Violation of Reynoldsburg’s fleeing law is a first degree misdemeanor.
Potential Penalties for Fleeing Conviction in Reynoldsburg:
Up to $1000 fine
Up to 6 months in jail
Mandatory minimum six month license suspension (with possibility of limited driving privileges)
PROVIDING FALSE INFORMATION TO POLICE OFFICER.
Reynoldsburg Traffic Code Section 303.09
Potential Penalties for Providing False Information to Officer in Reynoldsburg:
Up to $1000 fine
Up to 6 months in jail.
REYNOLDSBURG TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE CHARGES
Reynoldsburg City Code Section 313.01
Reynoldsburg’s traffic control device ordinance states that: “No pedestrian or driver of a vehicle shall disobey the instructions of any traffic-control device placed in accordance with the provisions of this Traffic Code, unless at the time otherwise directed by a police officer.”
Violations of the Reynoldsburg Traffic Control Device Law could include:
A CDL driver failing to stop upon approaching a scale must comply with sign or officer directing the commercial vehicle to be weighed.
Failure to obey a flagger, sign, signal, marking or other device used to guide traffic.
Failure to obey a highway or road sign.
Possible Defenses to a Traffic Control Device Charge in Reynoldsburg
The sign was not in proper position (as required by Reynoldsburg City Code Section 313.01)
The sign was not “sufficiently legible to be seen by an ordinarily observant person” (as required by Reynoldsburg City Code Section 313.01)
Penalty for Traffic Control Device Conviction (if no other traffic offenses in the past year):
2 points on traffic record
To begin the process and discuss representation for your Reynoldsburg, Ohio speeding or other traffic ticket, call Reynoldsburg traffic attorney Doug Riddell directly at 614-361-2804. Because we know traffic charges often happen outside 9:00-5:00 working hours, Mr. Riddell is there to take your call after hours, on evenings, weekends, and holidays.