Bucks County Speeding Tickets
Many drivers are stopped in Bucks County, Pennsylvania due to a speeding violation. Whether you are driving on a local road or a highway, if you are stopped for speeding and smell like alcohol, chances are you may also be charged with Bucks County DUI-drunk driving.
Pennsylvania State Police officers use radar guns to stop drivers in Bucks County for speeding violations. Local Bucks County police are not permitted by Pennsylvania law to use radar to catch Bucks County speeders. Local Bucks County police utilize various means to catch Bucks County speeders such as stop watches and Vascar.
A speeding violation in Pennsylvania (75 Pa.C.S.A §3362) carries fines and points. Speeding ticket points in Bucks County, PA and all other Pennsylvania counties are as follows:
6-10 miles per hour over the speed limit: 2 points.
11-15 miles per hour over the speed limit: 3 points.
16-25 miles per hour over the speed limit: 4 points.
26-30 miles per hour over the speed limit: 5 points.
31+ miles per hour over the speed limit: 5 points + PennDot Hearing.
Michael L. Saile, Jr., Esq. of Saile & Saile LLP represents Bucks County drivers who receive speeding tickets. If you are charged with a Bucks County speeding violation along with a Bucks County DUI charge many times the Bucks County speeding ticket can be eliminated or reduced.
It is important to retain an experienced local Bucks County DUI-driving under the Influence and speeding ticket attorney, before your Bucks County DUI Preliminary Hearing so that you have the best chance at beating your Bucks County speeding ticket and driving under the influence charge.