An experienced Commercial Drivers traffic violations lawyer, Richard Miller is a TOP BALTIMORE DEFENSE ATTORNEY with over 30 years experience defending Commercial Drivers against traffic violations and will aggressively argue your case. He can argue that certain evidence is inadmissible and that may eliminate any or all evidence the police have against you. If the evidence is eliminated as inadmissible, the charges against you can be dropped.

When determining which attorney will be best to defend you, hiring an attorney who practices in the county where you were ticketed and who is familiar with the judges and prosecutors, as well as the local laws and regulations in that county is extremely important.

All commercial drivers must do the following:

Notify their employer of any convictions of motor vehicle laws, other than parking violations, within 30 days of the date of conviction; and
Notify their employer of any revocation, suspension, cancellation or disqualification, before the end of the business day following the day that the driver received notice of the fact.
Provide any new employer with a 10 year employment history and a 3 year driving history.
Turn in all licenses issued by other states.

Serving clients throughout Maryland including: Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County (Pikesville, Owings Mills), Baltimore City, Carroll County, Cecil County, Frederick County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, and surrounding areas