Having access to reliable transportation is one of the most important aspects of daily life. At times, it is often overlooked, until your driving privileges have been revoked or suspended. Operating a vehicle in the state of Pennsylvania is a privilege, not a right. Therefore, this privilege can be limited, regulated, suspended and revoked. In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the number of traffic violations a person can be cited for are too numerous to list. An individual can commit one of roughly 30 infractions that carries a Driver’s License Suspension. The Law Office of Robert E. Mielnicki has represented more than 1000 clients charged with motor vehicle violations. They charge reasonable fees for legal representation in traffic matters.
The Law Office of Robert E. Mielnicki handles all types of traffic violations, including offenses such as:
- Careless Driving
- Driving Under a Suspended License
- Driving Without a Valid License
- Improperly Passing a School Bus
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Probationary Licenses
- Reckless Driving
- All Traffic Matters
“My son was in a car accident in PA, which led to him being arrested. I live in South GA, so I searched the internet and talked by phone to numerous attorneys in the area of my son’s residence. Mr. Mielnicki was straight forward with me concerning the possible outcomes of my son’s charges. At the same time, he was able to ease my mind. He was the ONLY attorney that agreed to go visit my son while he was incarcerated (he actually volunteered to do this…on a SATURDAY!). Unable to be in the area to support my son, Mr. Mielnicki understood my frazzled state of mind and his patience with my phone calls and texts was a clear showing of his many years of experience. In the end, he was able to get four felonies dropped, several misdemeanors dropped, and a detainer lifted. I would definitely recommend Mr. Mielnicki for anyone needing an attorney in the Pittsburgh area. He listens to you and focuses on obtaining the outcome you request.”
Posted by Client’s Mother on AVVO September 14, 2016
Many people think traffic tickets as something less than a serious matter. Often, they are right, but some traffic violations can have a significant impact on a persons’ ability to drive. Traffic violations can result in increased insurance premiums and, in some cases, a suspension or revocation of the privilege to drive!
Driving more than 30 miles per hour over the speed limit can result in a Department of transportation review and a loss of license. Offenses such as reckless driving carry a six-month suspension. Very few moving violations do not carry points and points can result in an increase in insurance premiums. Pittsburgh Traffic Ticket Attorney Robert E. Mielnicki cannot even estimate how many points he has saved clients. Pittsburgh Traffic Ticket Attorney Robert E. Mielnicki cannot estimate how many clients he has negotiated reductions for, who would have faced suspension had he not done so.