PORT OF ENTRY VIOLATION
Save time and money by having an experienced criminal traffic attorney handle your port of entry violation so you can stay on the road. Get peace of mind that your lawyer will work to get the best outcome for your legal situation and avoid having you failing to appear for court.
Your lawyer will provide end-to-end support including all non personal court appearances and pretrial conferences, negotiating a favorable plea agreement with the prosecutor, drafting all court court documents and waiver of appearance, and filing all closing documents with the court.
This service is right for you if you are cited for a false log book violation pursuant to the Federal Motor Carrier Code CFR 395.8(e).
failure to stop at a port of entry while driving a commercial vehicle in Arizona pursuant to A.R.S. 28-369.
“A peace officer as defined in section 41-1701 or a peace officer designated in subsection A of this section may require a vehicle that is subject to the fee in section 28-5433 or the requirements of sections 28-2321 through 28-2324 to stop at a port of entry in this state for the purpose of enforcing a motor vehicle law prescribed in this title. A person who fails to stop as required by this subsection is guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor.” A.R.S. 28-369
Class 1 Misdemeanor – Up to 6 Months Jail, Up to $2,500 Fine (A.R.S. 13-707)
HOW IT WORKS
- Upload Ticket or Citation
- Pay Online
- E-Sign Fixed Fee Agreement
- Our Attorneys Will Call You By Same or Next Business Day To Get Case Started
- Case Review and 30 Minute Introduction Attorney Phone Call
- File Notice of Appearance By Counsel With Court, Entry of Defendant's Not Guilty Plea and Waiver of Personal Appearance by Defendant.
- Attend All Pretrial Conference on Client's Behalf
- Attend All Sentencing Hearings or Make Arrangements With Court and Client To File All Closing Documents.
- Attend Contested Hearings or Bench Trial (additional fee applies)
- 24/7 Client Support Portal Access
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED
- Contested Hearings and Bench Trial
- Any Fines or Penalties Imposed By Court if due after final adjudication
- Any extraordinary expenses, transcripts, investigation, expert costs
- Does not include Appeals or Special Actions