Vehicle Code Offenses and DUI Offenses.

In many cases filed in and around Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, and Western Pennsylvania, a traffic ticket is a mere inconvenience or nuisance. Attorney William F. Caye II has taken on these cases in his over two decades of practice in extensive criminal litigation across the Commonwealth. Notably, when a motorist is unfairly charged, or unfairly treated by law enforcement, the best offense is an aggressive defense.

Alternatively, in Vehicle code violation cases, traffic charges can be much more serious. The social and legal consequences can possibly include jail time, fines, license suspensions, skyrocketing insurance premiums and job loss. Thus, those seeking a top tiered or rated Pittsburgh criminal defense attorney often rely on Attorney William F. Caye II of William F. Caye II, LLC to provide them with aggressive legal representation in this area in and around Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, and Western Pennsylvania.

William F. Caye II has repeatedly defended and prosecuted thousands of individuals, adults and minors, alike, in and around the Courts of Common Pleas in the Pittsburgh (Allegheny County) and Western Pennsylvania region, (Beaver, Butler, Lawrence, Westmoreland, Greene and Washington Counties) and he has favorably resolved thousands of other vehicle code or traffic ticket cases at the Magistrate District Court level throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Attorney William F. Caye II is fully committed to advocating 100 % for his clients and obtaining the best practical results in the course of the professional representation in areas of Vehicle and Traffic Code offenses including, but not limited to, as follows:

  • DUI
  • Vehicular Assault
  • Felony DUI Injury
  • Aggravated Assault while Under the Influence
  • Homicide while Under the Influence
  • Reckless Driving
  • Road Rage
  • Drag Racing
  • Hit and Run
  • Evading Law Enforcement
  • Driving with Suspended License

Consulting an attorney in a timely fashion is extremely critical to protecting your legal and Constitutional rights and your driving license operating privileges. In some cases, you may have as little as 10 days to lawfully contest the sufficiency of said charges.

The truth of the matter is that some vehicle and traffic offenses are quite serious, and Pennsylvania’s driver’s license point system can quickly result in a suspended license by way of an administrative action. Those who violate the motor vehicle code law by driving on a suspended or revoked license can also quickly end up behind in jail. It can be a lot less stressful and with ease of financial burden to retain William F. Caye II to minimize your risk of adverse exposure.