Have You Received A Ticket For Excessive Speeding?
If you have been stopped for excessive speeding on Oahu's H-1, H-2 or H-3, take a moment to consider your options. If you decided to plead no contest or guilty, you will be convicted of a petty misdemeanor, which is a criminal offense. Mandatory penalties for conviction include license suspension, community service, or jail and drivers improvement classes. You do have rights, and do NOT have to plead guilty. In addition to that, your insurance rates will go up, for conviction of excessive speeding.
Fight Your Speeding Ticket
Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, focuses a significant portion of his practice to criminal defense, and he has considerable experience in both state and federal courts. He believes that you deserve aggressive defense against excessive speeding charges, because your future is at stake.
When you visit his welcoming downtown Honolulu office, you will have the opportunity to speak with lawyer Barbee in person, where he can answer your questions about the speeding ticket, and outline a speeding ticket defense strategy. His goal is to create a positive outcome for you.
Excessive Speeding Charges
In Hawaii, it is against the law to drive faster than 80 mph or to exceed the speed limit by 30 mph or higher. Even for a first offense, penalties for conviction are severe, and include:
Schedule A Free Consultation About Speeding Tickets
If you have been received a speeding ticket, call Honolulu criminal defense lawyer Rustam A. Barbee at (808) 524-4406 or contact his Honolulu law office today for a confidential consultation. You deserve aggressive speeding ticket defense.