York County PA Attorneys Handling Traffic Violations, License suspension issues
Do you want to fight a speeding ticket or other traffic violation? Come to the law office of Marshall & Smith, PC in York County, Pennsylvania. Both of our attorneys have a combined 45 years of the experience needed to protect your rights and interests. Often a simple speeding ticket can have an ongoing affect on your driving history.

We can help you with both typical and complex traffic and license issues including:


Any other type of moving violation

Drug conviction license suspensions

Habitual offender suspension issues

Medical license recall issues due to physical disability, vision issues, epilepsy, cardiac issues and loss of consciousness

Road rage

Driving on a revoked or suspended license

Out of state license suspension issues

Careless driving

DUI suspension issues

Driving on a revoked or suspended license issues.

Hit and run

Correcting your driving record with Penn Dot and handling administrative hearings before the Department of Transportation if necessary.

DUI charges and suspension issues

Out of state suspension issues

Driving on a revoked or suspended license

We have the experience to protect your rights and interests. Contact us today to schedule your confidential consultation.



Q:   I'm going to lose my license for a period of time. I need to drive to work. Do I have any options?

A:   Depending on your situation, you may qualify for an OLL (Occupational Limited License). This would enable you to drive to work or school. It's important to contact an attorney immediately, before you have any court hearings, so if this is a possible resolution your attorney can negotiate this for you prior to any plea. There are many factors that can impact your driving record. Please contact Marshall & Smith PC before making any decisions. Let their 45 years of experience work for you!

Q:   I have numerous speeding tickets. Will my license be affected?

A:   Convictions for Pennsylvania traffic offenses results in the assignment of points that go against your driving record. Once you've accumulated 12 points you can face sanctions that can include the loss of your license. Often you are not made aware of these sanctions or suspensions until after you plead quilty or are found guilty of a traffic offense. It is important to address the issue before any conviction.The attorneys at Marshall & Smith PC can negotiate with law enforcement to potentially avoid convictions that will impact your Pennsylvania driving privileges. If we cannot get the charges dropped we will seek to negotiate a plea bargain for you.


Q:   I drive a truck for a living and am facing license suspension. Is there anything I can do?

A:   Commercial drivers in Pennsylvania may face cancellation, disqualification, revocation, or suspension. Loss of a commercial driver's license can result in the loss of employment and other and other significant hardships. The attorneys at Marshall & Smith PC will provide sound representation to any commercial driver facing sanctions and loss of commercial driver's license and attempt to obtain results in the best interest of the driver.