Speeding & Traffic Tickets can present a serious problem for drivers at any age. At the Law Offices of John B. Shepherd, we have helped hundreds of people fight traffic offenses. These violations can go onto your permanent record and cause untold problems in your future if you do not defend yourself. We have over 40 year’s experience in this area of law practice, and have fought for our clients’ rights against DUI/DWI charges and other traffic offenses that could lead to high fines, jail time or license suspension.
Law Offices of John B. Shepherd
Our legal services are always customized for your unique needs. We are a client focused, results driven law firm that serves people statewide. Our primary client services are in the areas of law included under Criminal Defense, Business Law, Estate Planning and Family Law. We have handled well over 500 cases of Speeding & Traffic Tickets, helping those clients fight charges, make appeals and, in some cases, we have argued for having their records expunged.
Attorney John B. Shepherd
A compassionate and dedicated legal professional, Attorney John B. Shepherd has served people statewide with legal advice, counsel and representation for a variety of legal matters. John earned his Law Degree from Cleveland State’s Marshall College of Law, in 1978 and was licensed to practice law in Ohio that same year. For over 40 years, he has provided individualized legal services to thousands of people who needed his exceptional legal skills.
Attorney Shepherd provides experienced legal assistance and representation for clients dealing with legal issues in several areas of law practice, including:
- Speeding & Traffic Tickets, DUI & DWI
- Business Law
- Probate & Estate Planning
- Criminal Defense
- Divorce & Separation
Ohio Speeding & Traffic Tickets Attorney
Many elements can affect the validity of traffic tickets, so it is always worth your time to have our Ohio Speeding & Traffic Ticket Attorney review your case. We may be able to get a reduction of your offense, or even elimination of the charge, depending on the specific case circumstances. If you are convicted of a traffic offense, it will remain on your permanent record. Your freedom and ability to work and drive may also be affected if your license is suspended.