How Can A Montgomery County, Maryland Traffic Lawyer Help Me?

In Maryland, the term “highway” does not necessarily mean that you were on the “highway” as most of us define it.  The term is defined by Maryland law extremely broadly and includes any public street or road.

The key with any Maryland traffic violation is whether or not the violation occurred on a public road.  If the Maryland traffic violation did not occur on a public road, you may have a very strong defense.  Whether or not the street is a public street could make all of the difference.  For example, it is NOT a crime in Maryland to drive on a suspended or revoked license if you were driving on a private road.

However, if your license was suspended and you were driving on a small country road owned by Anne Arundel County (or any Maryland County), you were driving on  a “highway” for purposes of Maryland traffic law.

Need help with a Maryland traffic ticket?  Call me at 301-563-9575 BEFORE you pay any tickets or go to court.  I’m an experienced Maryland traffic lawyer who practices throughout Maryland. I have literally handled thousands of Maryland traffic cases in various counties including, Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, and Baltimore City.