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Ohio Traffic Control Device Law


It is important that you remember that you have the right to remain silent.  Everything you say can and will be used against you.  For example, the officer may come up after stopping you and ask, "Where are you going in such a hurry?"  Don't admit to hurrying by telling the officer where you're going.  Anything you say is an admission you are in a hurry.  It is likely you are being video recorded.  That answer will be played at your trial. You have the right to be silent.  Use it!  If you aren't guilty of anything, say, "Officer, I do not believe I broke any laws."

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Is it worth hiring an attorney for a traffic control device ticket?  Quite possibly!

There are many reasons that you might want to contest or fight an alleged violation of a traffic control device.  For instance, you might wish to avoid the points that will go on your record with a conviction.  You might wish to keep the conviction from impacting the price you pay for insurance.  It is not a trivial matter when your livelihood is on the line.

I have significant experience with the rules and regulations that go into proper installation and maintenance of traffic control devices.  The installation of any device, even the installation of a stop sign or a no turn on red sign, is a matter that is heavily regulated by both the state and the federal governments.  In selecting an attorney to defend you, make sure you select an attorney that is competent in this area.