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Handling Traffic Violations in Ohio and Kentucky

Ohio law, nor Kentucky law applies when the ticketed driver is from out of state - the state where the driver's license was secured dictates the penalty. Thus, the state where the driver's license is from will determine the number of points on the individual's license and whether driving privileges will be suspended. That state's laws will determine the number of points on the individual's license and whether driving privileges will be suspended.

In addition to truck drivers, pilots, doctors, pharmacists and salespeople operate vehicles to make their living. Logistical challenges exist in fighting a traffic violation when these professionals do not reside in the state. However, the stakes are still high enough that they need to defend themselves.

At Ganote Law, I handle all aspects of my out-of-state clients' cases without requiring them to return to Ohio.


An Ohio CDL Traffic Violations Attorney Providing Personalized Representation

Even though I exclusively practice law in Ohio and Kentucky, I direct my clients to appropriate resources. Out-of-state residents must not only educate themselves on the traffic laws of their state, but also double-check any state-specific information I provide.

In addition to supplying the necessary sources for information, I also encourage my clients to contact their insurance companies. Inquiring about the potential effects on their policies helps them make educated decisions in exploring all legal options.


Contact Ganote Law For A Free Initial Consultation

For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Cincinnati out-of-state traffic ticket attorney, please fill out my intake form. You can also contact me at 513-510-3766. Ganote Law is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. I'm available outside of office hours via telephone and will make jail visits when necessary.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.

Out-Of-State Drivers