We represent traffic violations cases

If you are convicted of or found guilty of moving violations in Ohio, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles assesses points to your drivers license. Equipment violations, registration violations, and other non moving violations do not receive points in Ohio.

The BMV maintains a history of an individual’s driver’s license and the points assessed to their drivers license. If you receive 6 points on your license within two years, you will receive a warning letter from the BMV. If you receive 12 points on your driver’s license record in a period of 2 years, the BMV will send you a letter notifying you that your license shall be suspended for 6 months. This letter will advise you of the effective dates of your 6 month suspension.

There are some things you can do to reduce the amount of points on your record if you are getting close to the receiving 12 points on your drivers record. However, your best defense against losing your license is your lawyer.

Greg Mathews has successfully represented individuals charged with traffic offenses for over 20 years. As a former prosecutor and experienced defense lawyer, he has the credentials and expertise to help you with your traffic case.