If you or someone you care about is facing a traffic citation or traffic ticket, contact the attorneys at Shell & Nermyr immediately 480-775-4800. At Shell & Nermyr you will be represented by a firm partner, either Chad Shell or Mark Nermyr, with their 20+ years of experience each. Chad and Mark have obtained hundreds of Traffic Ticket dismissals and acquittals over the past 20 years. When facing a Traffic Ticket, a person needs an experienced aggressive attorney that the courts and prosecutors respect. When you hire one of the partners at Shell & Nermyr your attorney will give you their personal cell phone number so that you can contact them at any time with any question. Try texting Shell & Nermyr at 602-284-0247.
Evening and weekend appointments area available and Shell & Nermyr offers payment plans in most cases.
For the past 10 years Chad Shell and Mark Nermyr have also been representing people that have been injured by others. Most commonly, personal injury cases arise out of car accidents. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident or other accident, please call the attorney at Shell & Nermyr 480-775-4800 to schedule an appointment. In personal injury cases we will come to you.
In Arizona a person can be cited with either a criminal traffic, a civil traffic ticket or a ticket that has both criminal charged and civil charges. Resolving traffic tickets is a complicated area of law that requires years of experience to truly understand and defend. Chad Shell and Mark Nermyr have both been defending people charged with traffic offenses for over 20 years. You can have the experience of Chad Shell or Mark Nermyr represent you by calling 480-775-4800 or texting 602-284-0247.
A criminal traffic ticket in Arizona is just that, a criminal charge. If a person is convicted of a criminal traffic ticket, they will have a criminal record. A criminal record can adversely affect a person’s ability to find employment, get promotions, obtain fingerprint clearance cards, and it can cause car insurance rates to skyrocket. Common criminal traffic violations are:
Civil violations can be anything from speeding, to stop sign or red-light violations. Civil tickets do not involve jail time or a criminal record. However, most civil traffic tickets will involve points on a driving record. In Arizona a person starts with 0 (zero) points. Each traffic infraction a person is convicted for adds points to a driving records or Motor Vehicle Record (MVR). Most infractions assess 3 points to the MVR. Once a person reaches 8 points the Motor Vehicle Department will require the driver to attend Traffic Survival School. Traffic Survivor School is different that Defensive Driving School. The attorneys at Shell & Nermyr can explain the difference. The attorneys at Shell & Nermyr have connections at MVD that we can contact in order to obtain current and immediate information about a client’s driving record.
Do not hire an inexperienced attorney or a firm that will simply hand your file over to a paralegal. Chad Shell and Mark Nermyr can help you beat criminal and civil traffic cases.