Red Light Or Stop Sign Violations: What Can You Do?

Under RCW 46.61.190, failure to stop at stop sign is illegal and can cost you $136 or even more if an accident results. Under RCW 46.61.055, not coming to a complete stop at a stop light (making a "free right turn") can have the same consequences.

If you've been given a ticket for failing to stop, what's the best thing to do?

It's simple: get help. Talk with a lawyer BEFORE you decide to just pay the ticket. At Leist Law Office, PS, in Seattle, we can take effective action to protect your rights and limit the consequences of a violation.

Our founding attorney Scott Leist is a former Seattle police officer and long-time prosecutor, as well as an experienced defense lawyer. He knows how to handle your red light traffic ticket or stop sign ticket because he has been on the other side issuing citations and prosecuting defendants.

Ignoring Your Red Light Ticket Could Cost You

Red light or stop sign violations can result in fines and increased insurance premiums. If there are enough prior infractions on your record, a new violation could also cause a suspension of your driver's license.

This is why you need a lawyer like Scott Leist on your side. We work hard to minimize the impact of your ticket. Working with us can save you money and reduce the headaches of dealing with increased costs and a possible license suspension.

Fight Back Against Red Light Or Stop Sign Violations

Put the legal and police experience of Scott Leist to work for you. We have an unparalleled track record of success in traffic courts throughout Washington. Our goal at Washington Traffic Defense is to find the best outcome for you. We achieve this goal by using our experience to find creative solutions and effective results.

Call 206-219-5557 or fill out our online form to schedule a free case review. We represent clients throughout Washington, including Pierce County, King County and Snohomish County, and even clients from out of state who have received a citation in Washington.

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