Timothy S. Mitchell offers effective legal representation for moving violations and traffic tickets in Maryland and in the District of Columbia, including:
  • Speeding tickets
  • Road rage or reckless driving citations
  • Hit and run or fleeing the scene of an accident
  • Driving on a revoked or suspended license
  • Driving without insurance
  • Driving without a license
  • Any other moving violations

To schedule an expert evaluation of your case with an experienced attorney who can offer sound and realistic advice and aggressive representation in defending you against a traffic ticket, contact our offices in Greenbelt and Columbia, Maryland, today.

For an Expert Case Evaluation call 301-345-9555

Let’s tell the truth: It is possible to represent yourself in courtroom and administrative proceedings regarding traffic tickets and other moving violations. Many people do not feel it necessary to consult with a lawyer when they face a speeding ticket or other moving violation. Some of our clients have even had decent results when they represented themselves in the past.

There can often be hidden risks to representing yourself. The average person has no idea who their judge is or what the most effective way to deal with certain legal records and arguments may be. The amount of increase in points on your driver’s license and potentially higher insurance costs can far exceed the reasonable expense of hiring a knowledgeable attorney. Mr. Mitchell has had considerable success representing individuals with traffic tickets throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia, as well as Federal Court. In fact, many people don’t realize that many of the penalties for a traffic citations in Federal Court carry a potential 6 month jail sentence. So why make an already difficult and inconvenient situation even worse? Contact us today for an expert evaluation of your case.

For more information on traffic tickets, see our article: How To Choose a Traffic Lawyer

For an example of a traffic case that Mr. Mitchell handled:  Traffic Case in Howard County