A traffic violation is anything but a minor crime. Most drivers — particularly those out-of-state — consider it easier to pay the ticket. However, admitting fault has consequences. Increased insurance rates and possible suspension or revocation of a driver's license can result from:
- Failure to stop
- Failure to yield
- Lane violations
- Reckless driving
- Driving under suspension
A Dedicated And Accessible Dayton CDL Traffic Ticket Attorney
Jodie Drees Ganote established Ganote Law to protect the rights of drivers who come to her with various concerns. Commercial drivers face the possible loss of their jobs and challenges in finding work in the future. Immigrants fear deportation for a traffic ticket. Out-of-state drivers do not have the time to return to Ohio to defend themselves in court.
Based on her clients' specific circumstances, Jodie will inform them of the likely results of their cases and their options. She will also provide her insight to the courts that will hear their cases. Some are open to amending a ticket. Some are not. Whether prospective clients retain her or go to another lawyer, she believes in being honest and candid in the next steps they should take.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Jodie was in corporate business management. She is able to communicate with her clients in terms they can understand, not confusing legalese. A better understanding of their options results in clients making better and more informed decisions.
Contact Ganote Law For A Free Initial Consultation
For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Cincinnati traffic violation attorney, please fill out the firm's intake form. You can also contact Jodie Ganote at 800-525-6844. Ganote Law is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Ms. Ganote is available outside of office hours via telephone and will make jail visits when necessary.
Ganote Law accepts all major credit cards.