Is A CDL Violation Jeopardizing Your License And Your Livelihood?

If you drive a truck for a living, we recognize that your commercial driver's license is your meal ticket. Certain traffic offenses or CDL violations, or an accumulation of tickets, can cost you your CDL and your job.

The Todd L. Sallee law firm in Indianapolis handles license and traffic matters, with specific experience representing commercial drivers. We know how critical it is to protect your CDL and your livelihood at any cost. We know that simply pleading guilty and paying the fine may not be an option. We will go to court to fight the citation or go to bat to find a resolution that keeps you on the road.

Protect your CDL! Call us immediately at 317-643-5507 for a free consultation.

We Know What's At Stake For Commercial Drivers

Federal and state laws prohibit "masking" any convictions for moving violations committed by CDL drivers. As a result, traffic offenses and CDL violations are not always eligible to be reduced from a moving violation to nonpoint violation. Some offenses can be legally and legitimately adjusted, while in other cases it may be necessary to dismiss the ticket outright or to challenge the basis for the citation. It is critical to work with an attorney who understands the law and how the prosecutors in each county treat these cases.

Defense lawyer Todd Sallee has had success with CDL cases, representing Indiana citizens and out-of-state truckers cited in Indianapolis (Marion County), Hendricks County, Boone County, Hamilton County, or anywhere in the Indy metro area and across the state of Indiana. We review your ticket under the CSA chart system to determine the points and potential ramifications for your situation.

We represent clients on the following CDL-related violations, but not limited to:

  • Logbook violations
  • Equipment violations
  • Exceeding local weight restrictions
  • Hours of Service violations
  • Driving in the third lane
  • Speeding or tailgating
  • Seat belt violations
  • No registration in possession

We Take CDL Cases Very Seriously

CDL holders are NOT eligible for Indiana's new specialized driving privileges statute. To maintain your commercial driving privileges, you must win your case or qualify for a reduction to avoid the severe consequences for your employment and your family. Find out where you stand and how we can help by calling 317-643-5507, or contact us online. We are available day or night, 24/7.