Take the wheel on traffic law practice
Driver licenses were first required in Wisconsin in 1928. Since then, the driving experience has changed tremendously – and so have Wisconsin’s traffic laws. Keeping abreast of evolving statutes and knowing how to competently defend traffic violations are important both for lawyers new to traffic law as well as for veteran lawyers wanting to stay sharp.
At Build Your Practice: An Introduction to Traffic Law, experienced litigators show you how to efficiently, effectively, and profitably handle common traffic matters. You’ll become grounded in the fundamentals of traffic law, and learn how to steer clear of potential pitfalls.
Explore Wisconsin’s driver licensing system and different license categories, such as:
- Real ID
- Class D Noncommercial
- Class M
In addition, find out what’s required to obtain various licenses and know their restrictions.
Effectively handling a traffic case starts with a solid understanding of the core elements, point assessments, and possible defenses and resolutions of the violation. Delve into common offenses, including:
- Reckless driving
- Inattentive driving
- Driving without a valid license
- Exceeding posted speed limits
Learn how to identify situations where your client's traffic citation is more than just a ticket and may have larger consequences. In addition, review the statutory procedures for handling civil and criminal traffic cases.
Turn here for help
Traffic cases don’t have to put you in a jam. Whether you’re a new attorney searching for a specialty area or a more experienced lawyer looking for a refresher, Build Your Practice: An Introduction to Traffic Law can put you on the road to success.