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A driver can be disqualified for one year for a first time conviction of the following offenses while operating a commercial vehicle.
Penalties can include: Driving under the influence of alcohol or any drugs; Driving with an alcohol concentration of .04 or more; Leaving the scene of an accident; Using a commercial vehicle in the commission of a felony; or Refusing to take a blood alcohol test. If convicted of any of the above while operating a vehicle placarded for hazardous materials, the disqualification increases to three years.
Cleveland Traffic Violation lawyers specialize in the field of traffic laws and violations of traffic laws. From minor parking meter citations to major speeding tickets and DUI cases, our Traffic lawyers are willing to fight for you in court.
Speeding-Related Traffic Fatalities by R
*Of the total number of speeding-related fatalities in 2003, 6,015 occurred on roads with posted speed limits between 55 and 65 mph, and 898 occurred on roads with speed limits above 65 mph.The total column for speeding-related fatalities includes fatalities that occurred on roads for which the speed limit was unknown. in Ohio
Total Traffic Fatalities
Total Speeding Fatalities
less then >55 mph on Interstate
unknown # 55 mph Interstate
55 mph Non-Interstate
50 mph Non-Interstate
45 mph Non-Interstate
40 mph Non-Interstate
35 mph Non-Interstate
<35 mph Non-Interstate
Source: National Center for Statistics and Analysis
Cleveland's traffic violation laws are like those in most other states. If you commit three speeding and/or misdemeanor traffic violations within 18 months, your license will be revoked for at least six months.
Naturally, there are many other consequences for traffic violations and driving violations such as DUI's.
The punishment in drunk driving cases is set forth by the state statutes and can be incredibly complex. The basic Cleveland statute determines the range of possible sentences, with modifications for such things as:
Having a prior conviction within seven years
Speeding 20 mph over the limit
Having a child under 14 in the car
Having a blood alcohol content reading over .20%
Refusing to submit to chemical testing
Some of the most common Traffic Violations include:
Child Restraint Law
Child Safety Seat
Disregard Traffic Control Device
Driver's License (DL) Violation
Failure to Fasten Seat Belt
Failure to Yield Right-of-Way
Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility (vehicle insurance)
A "belt-positioning seat" that positions a child on a vehicle seat to improve the fit of the lap and shoulder seat belt system. This seat is recommended for children who weigh 40 pounds or more.
Air Bag Deployed
Deployment status of an air bag relative to the position in the vehicle for this occupant.
A start from a parked or stopped position in the direction of the rear of the motor vehicle.
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