Overtaking A School Bus Dismissed For A 74-year-Old ManJun 09 2016 in Case Results, Traffic Offenses
In Versailes, PA a 74-year-old retired electrician with the steel union ran into some pretty serious trouble while trying to teach his grandchildren how to drive. During his lesson, the man apparently passed a school bus with its red lights and stop arm activated. He was pulled over and charged with improperly overtaking a school bus, which carries five points on a license, a 90-day suspension, and significant fines. With no prior blemishes on his driving record, he contacted the experienced traffic attorneys with Worgul, Sarna & Ness, Criminal Defense Attorneys, LLC for help.
Using an abundance of knowledge in Pennsylvania traffic law, attorney Samir Sarna, effectively negotiated to have the overtaking a school bus charge dismissed. This greatly pleased the client, who will not see any ramification to his driving record and is able to continue his driving lessons.
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