Attorney Sullivan represents clients in various district courts thought Massachusetts for traffic ticket appeals. From speeding tickets to marked lane violations to not wearing a seatbelt, Ryan Sullivan will fight with you in a hearing before a clerk magistrate or an appeal before a judge. Whether his clients wish to fight to preserve an unblemished driving history, to avoid a surcharge, or to prevent license suspension, Attorney Sullivan will work hard to present a convincing argument as to why his client should be found not responsible.
Attorney Sullivan represents individuals who have never had a ticket before, habitual traffic offenders in jeopardy of losing their license if found responsible, junior operators who face significant penalties for first or second time offenses, and drivers with CDL licenses where driving represents their livelihood. With each of Attorney Sullivan's clients, he discusses the facts of the ticket, develops an individual plan tailored to the specific needs of each driver, and appears at court if necessary. Attorney Sullivan will reach out to the police department, research facts to support his argument, obtain documents to demonstrate a favorable driving history, and recommend actions to present a more convincing, genuine argument to the court. His thorough approach, ability to advocate on behalf of his clients, and his background in litigation all allow Attorney Sullivan to fight vigorously for his clients to get them the result they deserve.Representative Cases
Framingham District Court: Attorney Sullivan represented a longtime truck driver who was accused of driving greater than "reasonable" during a snow storm. The Massachusetts State Trooper who stopped his client testified that the speed on route 90 (also known as the Mass Pike) was lowered to 40 mph during a snow storm and the client was traveling 45 in the right hand lane. The client was cited and would lose his job if found responsible. Attorney Sullivan researched and found an article that stated the head of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation told CNN that all Massachusetts roads were reduced to 45 mph that day. Attorney Sullivan was able to argue to the judge that 45 mph was a "reasonable" speed because the state highway department itself determined this to be the case. After hearing Ryan Sullivan's argument, the judge found his client not responsible and he was able to keep his job. Result: NOT RESPONSIBLE for speeding.
If you or a loved one are cited for a traffic violation or speeding ticket, contact the Law Office of Ryan P. Sullivan online or call 978-221-6012 today. All initial consultations are free of charge and after hearing the facts, Attorney Sullivan will provide a flat fee quote to handle the hearing and any appeal. Once you hire Ryan Sullivan to handle your case, he will develop an argument and a plan to meet your needs.