Click here to go to my facebook page, and check out King 5’s Q&A with WSP Trooper Heather Axtman regarding traffic law. Trooper Axtman answers everything from school zone laws, to carpool violations to slow drivers in the fast lane (that is a $136 ticket FYI). Check out the video, then call Lynnwood / Shoreline Traffic Lawyer Paul G. Hanson.
Lynnwood / Shoreline Traffic Attorney
House Bill 2574 has been recently introduced in the 2016 Legislative session which would greatly restrict the current texting while driving offense. The proposed bill would bar any use of a mobile phone for data receipt or entry, even while stopped at stop signs or intersections. Only drivers who pull completely off the roadway and stop would be exempt. Also exempt would be drivers over 18 using a hands free device and GPS devices.
Traffic Lawyers, Lynnwood, WA
Call Lynnwood traffic ticket attorney Paul Hanson for more information. (425) 778-7339
Many drivers receiving traffic tickets are unaware that there is a strict 15 day deadline to deliver their filled out ticket copy to the listed court, with either the full penalty $ payment included or their request to contest their ticket. Failure to do so within the 15 day deadline will result in the court referring their ticket to a collection agency within 15 days. And notifying the Washington State Department of Licensing, who in turn will suspend the driver’s license until the ticket is paid. Many drivers find this out the hard way when stopped months later for a minor traffic violation. The police officer suddenly informs them that they cannot just drive away because their license is suspended for an unpaid ticket.
Lynnwood Traffic Tickets
Call Lynnwood traffic ticket attorney Paul Hanson for more information.
Tel. (425) 778-7339