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You Can't Afford To Plead Guilty To A Major Traffic Violation

Traffic tickets are unfair. Some people can afford them; they bust the bank for lots of working people. People who drive for a living face loss of income and even of livelihood. Rich people have connections and expensive lawyers who keep their clients from feeling significant pain. What do the rest of us have?

Well, we have attorney Tom Marola.

For more than 40 years, The Law Offices of Thomas Marola has been serving people in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties who have been pulled over for serious traffic violations:

  • Drunk driving (OWI)
  • Driving too fast
  • Driving without regard for the safety of others
  • Erratic lane changes
  • Running a red light or stop sign
  • Violation of right of way
  • Failure to yield
  • Improper passing
  • Operating a commercial motor vehicle without a commercial driver's license
  • Driving on a revoked or suspended driving license
  • Driving without auto insurance

Tom Marola is respected throughout southeastern Wisconsin for his knowledge of traffic violations defenses. One powerful defense is questioning the legality of the stop. Search and seizure issues also come into play as the prosecution's case is picked apart.

Very often, speeding tickets can be torn up — dismissed. Other times the offense can be reduced to a charge involving less punishment. Many cases can be referred to alcohol education and treatment programs. Even when there is a conviction, there is a possibility of receiving an alternative sentence and the eventual removal of the conviction from your record.

Attorney Tom Marola is available to meet with you and discuss your situation, and to propose a plan to minimize your exposure to serious penalties. Call Tom Marola at his West Allis office at 414-327-5800. Or email him a description of the charges against you.

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