Commercial Driver's License: Traffic Violations

Traffic Violations that Put Your CDL at Risk for Revocation

If you are pulled over and are driving with a commercial driver’s license, there is much more at stake than just a ticket or fines. Many traffic violations put your commercial driver’s license (CDL) at risk of revocation. Don’t risk your license by trying to fight your charges alone. Let our team of Norman traffic charge defense attorneys at The Law Offices of Keith J. Nedwick, P.C. help you fight your traffic charges so that you can get back to commercial driving.

Traffic Violations that Can Result in CDL Revocation

Not only does a DUI conviction result in revocation of your CDL, there are additional traffic violations that can result in disqualification.

The following traffic charges put your CDL at risk:

  • Driving a commercial vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Committing a felony involving the use of a commercial vehicle
  • Leaving the scene of an accident involving a commercial vehicle
  • Driving a commercial vehicle while your CDL is suspended
  • Negligent operation o fa commercial vehicle resulting in a fatality

No matter what charges you are facing, it pays to have professional and persistent legal guidance from our team of experienced traffic offense attorneys. We are dedicated to providing effective defense for our clients because we know that no one is exempt from mistakes and everyone deserves a second chance.

Call Our Team 24/7: (866) 590-8173

If you are facing traffic charges that put your commercial driver’s license at risk of revocation, you need to contact our team. Our Norman criminal defense attorneys will work to protect your rights and your license. Our team takes a collaborative approach, with multiple attorneys working for a victory in your case. We understand that your commercial driver’s license is connected to your livelihood, so we will fight for you with all the resources available. Trust our team to do the best job we can for your case.

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