Red Light Ticket
In Bucks County, PA, many drivers are stopped because they run a red traffic light. Whether the Bucks County driver was exhausting a yellow light or totally missed a red traffic light, a red light violation (75 Pa.C.S.A §3112) is commonly charged with Bucks County DUI-drunk driving.
Bucks County drivers sometimes intentionally run a red light if no one appears to be around in the middle of the night. Other times Bucks County drivers pass through a Bucks County red light because the driver may think that the red light is too long or not functioning properly.
If a Bucks County police officer catches you, you will be pulled over, and if you smell like alcohol, you may receive a Bucks County DUI-driving under the influence charge. Along with a fine, you will receive 3 points with your Bucks County red light ticket.
If you retain an experienced and local Bucks County DUI and traffic violation attorney such as Michael L. Saile, Jr., Esq. of Saile & Saile LLP, you may be able to eliminate your Bucks County red light violation or reduce any points.