Maryland Provisional Driver’s License: Convictions

Maryland traffic citatons are treated differently with regards to a Maryland provisional license. In Maryland, if you have a provisional driver’s license and receive a PBJ (probation before judgment), the Maryland MVA will consider that a conviction. If you have a “full” driver’s license, however, a PBJ is not considered a conviction for purposes of […]

Maryland Reckless Driving Attorney

According to Section 21-901.1 of the Maryland traffic code, a person is guilty of “Reckless Driving” if he drives a motor vehicle: 1. In wanton or willful disregard for the safety of persons or property; or 2. In a manner that indicates a wanton and or willful disregard for the safety of persons or property. […]

Why Paying A Maryland Traffic Ticket May Not Be A Good Idea

As a Maryland traffic violation lawyer, I have noticed that too many of my clients are simply paying their traffic citations. Most of the time, this is not a great idea. When you pay the ticket, you are AUTOMATICALLY going to get a conviction on your Maryland traffic record and all of the points. Points […]