We Help Drivers Protect Their License After A Traffic Violation

People need to drive to sustain a living; but without a driver's license, it's illegal to drive. If you have too many points on your Ohio driver's license, you could face the very real possibility of losing your driving privileges and in turn, your job.

At The Sharp Law Firm, LLC, in Columbus, we believe in maintaining the integrity of a person's driver's license when they are facing traffic violations. We do this by thoroughly reviewing the facts at hand, using smart problem solving to see all available options, and negotiating with prosecutors to keep points off a person's license.

Prosecutors often treat people differently if they do not have legal representation on their side, which is why attorney Marianna Sharp Bernardo fights for her clients. She believes everyone deserves a fair chance — whether they're facing a misdemeanor or felony charge.

We Can Assist You With Single Or Multiple Violations

In Ohio, as part of the penalties associated with traffic offenses, drivers can incur points that remain on their license for two years before falling off. If you accumulate 12 or more points in a two-year period — starting with the date of your first conviction — then your license will be suspended for six months.

There are a number of traffic offenses that can result in the accumulation of points. At The Sharp Law Firm, LLC, we handle many of these violations, from one-off charges to multiple offenses, including:

  • Speeding tickets
  • Reckless driving
  • Traffic tickets
  • Moving violations
  • Commercial driving offenses
  • Driving without valid insurance
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI)
  • Multiple unpaid parking or speeding tickets

When you work with attorney Marianna Sharp Bernardo, she will make sure your rights and best interests are protected from start to finish. Her extensive criminal law background helps her tailor solutions that keep points off your license and keep your license in your hands.

Are you a commercial truck driver? Whether you live in Ohio or out of state, our firm can help you address traffic violations that could cost you your commercial driver's license (CDL) and your livelihood.

Talk To A Skilled Lawyer Today

Whether you drive a car or commercial truck, you probably consider your license to be one of the most important things on your person. At The Sharp Law Firm, LLC, we do too, which is why we're here to help you minimize the consequences of a traffic violation.

If you'd like our attorney to review your case, simply call our office in Columbus at 614-429-4468 or contact us online. Initial consultations are always free.