Driving crimes in Massachusetts are either civil or criminal. A civil motor vehicle offense may result in a fine, increased insurance costs, and possibly loss of driver’s license. A criminal motor vehicle offense may result in loss of driver’s license, probation, fines, fees, and possibly jail time. Attorney Patrick Donovan has successfully handled many motor vehicle crimes both civil and criminal. Many times Attorney Donovan is able to keep his out of jail and on the road.
When you get a citation for any type of motor vehicle crime in Massachusetts it is very important to speak to a criminal lawyer as soon as possible. If the police hands you a citation you still may keep the crime off of your criminal record but you have to act within 4 days. An attorney can explain how you may keep a motor vehicle crime off of your criminal record.
Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Crimes
- Leaving The Scene Of Property Damage
- Leaving The Scene Of Personal Injury
- Unlicensed Operation
- Negligent Operation
- Suspended License
- Attaching Wrong Plates
- Use Without Authority
- Uninsured Motor Vehicle
MASSACHUSETTS MOTOR VEHICLE CRIMES LAWYER
Attorney Patrick T. Donovan has represented clients who have been accused of and charged with driving and license crimes in Massachusetts. AttorneyDonovan is committed to getting the best results for his clients.
As a prosecutor in Norfolk County, Attorney Donovan handled virtually all driving and driving license crimes. He now uses that experience and training to fight for his clients charged with motor vehicle crimes. He knows the common defense and the not so common defenses. Many times he is able to help clients stay on the road and out of jail.
Massachusetts Criminal Attorney
Boston Criminal Attorney Patrick T. Donovan represents people in Middlesex County, Suffolk County, Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Cape and Islands, Bristol County.