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Bucks County Traffic Violation + Ticket Lawyers

If you are like most people, you are probably not familiar with the language and routines involved in traffic court proceedings.  This places you at a distinct disadvantage, because you are likely to be facing a police officer who has been to traffic court on numerous occasions and who knows how to present a strong case against motorists.

Unfortunately, there are numerous consequences to traffic violations.  Many people falsely believe that speeding tickets, moving violations, and other traffic offenses are simply “not a big deal,” and as a result, they take little to no action in terms of fighting for a dismissal. This is a huge mistake.  A few minor traffic violations can accumulate before you know it, and the end result could be increased insurance costs, mandatory hearings, driving exams, and even license suspension.  If you’ve been issued a ticket or citation, a skilled Bucks County, PA traffic lawyer can fight for a clean record on your behalf.

Charges our Bucks County Traffic Violation Attorneys Handle

At Young, Marr & Associates, we understand how damaging the repercussions of a traffic violation can be, and we will advocate aggressively on your behalf to help get your violation reduced, or dismissed altogether.  Our defense attorneys have more than 30 years of experience representing the people of Bucks County, Pennsylvania in a wide variety of traffic matters.  We have helped thousands of clients over the years — now, let us help you. Our seasoned traffic violation lawyers regularly handle issues including but not limited to:

  • Speeding Tickets
  • Radar Tickets
  • High Speed Violations
  • Automated Photo Red Light Tickets
  • Driving with a Suspended License
  • Moving Violations
  • Hit and Run
  • Reckless Driving
  • DMV Hearings
  • Warrants
  • Basic Traffic Violations

Traffic Ticket Dismissal

Traffic violations can hike up your insurance costs, and add points to your driving record. If you accumulate as few as just six points, you could be forced to attend a hearing, pass a driving exam, and lose your license.

For these reasons, you should avoid simply paying the ticket “to get it over with” without examining and contesting the supposed violation.  At Young, Marr & Associates, our Bucks County traffic ticket attorneys are supported by more than three decades of experience navigating the complexities of Pennsylvania traffic laws, and can help you get your ticket dismissed.

Our Bucks County, PA Traffic Lawyers Can Fight for You

Traffic ticket defense is possible and readily available for any traffic violation, including speeding, stop sign running, reckless driving, DUI, DWI and other charges. Why would you not want the support and experience of a qualified Bucks County traffic violation lawyer to help you fight traffic ticket violations, avoid traffic fees and points that blemish your driving record?

Allow our team of traffic lawyer experts here at Young, Marr and Associates help you by offering you the support of years of experience as traffic ticket attorney advocates, and providing you with a traffic attorney who is fully prepared to launch an aggressive plan to help you beat your traffic violation.

Call us before you pay the fine. Police and courts are not required to inform you about points and suspension.



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Commonwealth v. "H" (DUI case)

Client was charged with three separate DUI cases calling for mandatory minimum imprisonment of 90 days on each case. Client was advised to seek immediate intensive alcohol counseling. Client was sentenced to 1 year of house arrest after serving 3 days in the county prison.


Commonwealth v. "C" (Felony drug/Firearms case)

Client was charged with felony Delivery of drugs and illegal gun possession and was facing a mandatory 3-6 year prison sentence in the State prison system. Client was sentenced to one year of house arrest.


Commonwealth v. "S"

Client was charged with simple assault, domestic. After a hearing where evidence and testimony was presented, the entire case was dismissed by Judge Leonard Brown.


State of New Jersey v. "H"

Charges for young man charged with second degree aggravated assault were downgraded to third degree and he was accepted into the County Pretrial Intervention program with charges to be dismissed and record expunged after one year of misconduct free behavior.


We have decades of experience dealing with local police departments, prosecutors, and judges throughout southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Anyone facing charges involving a criminal offense can expect to experience a heightened degree of emotional turmoil, for themselves, as well as their family members. Our team of highly qualified criminal law attorneys and expert legal support staff are committed to providing each of our client’s with the compassion and understanding they deserve, as well as an aggressive plan for representation at an affordable price.

As former prosecutors, we have a balanced and in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system and how the prosecution prepares cases. In addition, we have long-standing experience dealing with local police departments, prosecutors and judges throughout southeastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

At Young, Marr and Associates, when we say “experience matters,” we mean it. Our lawyers, which include two former prosecutors and a former senior deputy district attorney bring more than three decades of criminal law experience, handling more than 10,000 criminal cases. It is precisely that experience that allows us to achieve outstanding results for our clients facing DUI, traffic, felony and misdemeanor charges in state, federal and juvenile courts.