Traffic Law Resources


Top 5 motor vehicle stops that surprise drivers

In Pennsylvania a police officer must either have reasonable suspicion or probable cause that a violation of the motor vehicle code has occurred in order to stop a vehicle. Probable cause is required when the alleged violation is complete, for example speeding or an expired inspection sticker.  Only reasonable suspicion is required if the alleged […]

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Traffic Ticket – now what?

Most people have received a traffic ticket at one time in their lives.  However, not everyone knows how to properly respond to the receipt of a ticket.  Generally speaking, one may be able to negotiate a settlement with the police officer before the hearing regarding the traffic citation. First, it is important to consider what […]

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