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What is a Speeding or Moving Violation?

Most speeding and/or moving violations are not considered criminal offenses. A speeding or moving violation may result in a fine, affect your ability to get a driver's license, or raise your car insurance rates, but it will not result in jail time or other criminal punishments in most situations. The laws for speeding and moving violations vary widely by states, counties, and cities, so be sure that you are aware of your rights and obligations.

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What Should You Do if You Receive a Speeding or Moving Violation?

Should You Speak to an Attorney Regarding a Speeding or Moving Violation?

If you were cited for a speeding or moving violation, you should speak to an attorney immediately to learn more about your rights, your defenses and the complicated legal system.

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Last Modified: 10-07-2013 03:59 PM PDT

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