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Motor Vehicle Offenses

At Fazzano & Tomasiewicz, LLC, we have extensive experience in handling motor vehicle offenses including the following:
  • Reckless driving, C.G.S. §14-222
  • Following too close, C.G.S. §14-240 & C.G.S. §14-240(a)
  • Evading responsibility & racing, C.G.S. §14-224
  • Running a stop sign, C.G.S. §14-301
  • Running a red light, C.G.S. §14-299
  • Failure to yield, C.G.S. §14-245, C.G.S. §14-246 & C.G.S. §14-247
  • Operating while suspended, C.G.S. §14-215a
  • Speeding in a work zone, C.G.S. §14-212d
  • Speeding in a school zone, C.G.S. §14-212b
  • Uninsured operation, C.G.S. §14-213(a) & C.G.S. §14-213(b)
  • Striking an officer with a motor vehicle, C.G.S. §14-223(a)
  • Using a motor vehicle without the owner’s permission, C.G.S. §14-229
On many occasions drivers are charged with motor vehicle offenses after making the simple mistake of not paying attention while driving. Our firm recognizes that mistakes can happen, and will do everything in our power to help you avoid the harsh sanctions or incarceration that you may face based upon that split second mistake. Whether it is a failure to recognize your speed or a failure to renew your license or registration, we will argue with the prosecutor on your behalf to explain the precise mitigating circumstances that played a role in your case. We can also advise you on what steps to take to get your license restored or how, in certain instances, an apology letter can help you achieve a fair resolution of your case.