As challenging economic times continue to strain the budgets of state and local municipalities, those entities seek new and creative ways to increase revenue streams. One strategy to increase revenue is to boost traffic law enforcement. State, federal, and private grant money from organizations such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute provide state and local government funding as an aid to more traffic law enforcement. The result is increased revenue as a direct result of these stepped-up law enforcement efforts.
We represent individuals charged with offenses ranging from civil traffic infractions to serious criminal traffic allegations. Whether someone is facing their first speeding ticket or is charged with reckless homicide, operating a vehicle as an habitual traffic violator, or operating a vehicle while intoxicated resulting in death, our dedicated attorneys and staff provide quality representation every step of the way, statewide.