Driving Charges

Montana has a host of driving regulations in Title 61. Common crimes people face under Title 61 are Driving While License Suspended, DUI, Failure To Report An Accident, and Reckless Driving (to name a few). Convictions of driving crimes sometime result in the suspension of your driver’s license, plus a suspended jail sentence and fine. Since driving is an essential part of earning a living, it is very important that you look into every defense possible in your case. You need an attorney who knows how to represent you in a way that maximizes your defense possibilities.

If you have been charged with a driving crime, contact Tim Baldwin by clicking here.