Traffic Violations: You Can't Afford To Plead Guilty

When you face criminal charges for serious traffic violations, you need serious legal representation. At Green & Delan, LLC, from our office in Alpharetta, we provide you with innovative defense services backed by many decades of experience.

All of our clients who are facing criminal charges work with attorney Larry Delan. From the beginning of your case until your matter is fully resolved, Larry will be by your side working tirelessly to eliminate or minimize the damage. As a former prosecutor, Larry has the inside knowledge necessary to build proactive cases that counter any legal theories the prosecution may attempt to use against you.

Our Traffic Violations Practice

While we are able to handle all types of traffic violation cases, our traffic defense practice focuses on serious traffic offenses such as:

  • Hit-and-runs
  • Attempting to elude
  • Reckless driving
  • "Super" speeding offenses (15 or more mph above the speed limit)
  • Improper or erratic lane changes

Our assertive defense is not limited only to any criminal charges you are facing; our comprehensive services also encompass any administrative hearings that can affect the status of your driver's license.

Commercial Driver's/Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Issues

Operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) without a commercial driver's license (CDL) is considered a serious traffic violation. Even if you have a valid license, it can be taken away — which takes away your ability to conduct your job and provide for your family — if you are convicted of particular offenses or a certain number of offenses. With your CDL and livelihood at stake, contact us immediately to see how we can use our extensive experience to fight for you.

Contact The Traffic Defense Lawyers At Green & Delan, LLC

To arrange a consultation and speak with Atlanta-area traffic violations attorney Larry Delan, call us at 770-648-5523 or contact us online. We serve clients in Fulton County, Gwinnett County and throughout Georgia.