Refusing to Pull Over for an Ambulance

June 6th, 2022 by Tad Nelson in Traffic violations attorney

Emergency personnel provide a valuable service to the public. Ambulances rush to people’s homes or the scenes of accidents to pick up the injured and take them quickly to the hospital. Often, there is only one holdup—other drivers on the road. The Texas Transportation Code states that you must move over or slow down when […]

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Which Texas Traffic Violations Result in Criminal Charges?

January 11th, 2022 by Tad Nelson in Traffic violations attorney

In many states, traffic tickets are citable offenses that do not result in criminal charges. However, under Texas law, it is critical to know that you could be facing charges for a Class C misdemeanor merely for speeding or another type of traffic violation that would only be a citable offense in another state. Accordingly, […]

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