Individuals Are Being Found Guilty Of
Cell Phone and Texting Violations
Even When Innocent
Steven L. Ginsberg can help
The texting law includes using any electronic device, without or without actual cell or Wi-Fi use. Police will often ticket a driver if the driver is seen merely holding the device in his/her hand. Obtaining phone or text records will not help because the law forbids any use of a portable electronic device, even an offline one. Additionally, the courts have been viewing these violations far more strictly than in the past. It is important to realize that you are likely to be found guilty in a trial even if you were actually innocent. It is Attorney Steven Ginsberg’s experience that prosecutors and judges rarely believe drivers who say that they were not actually using their phones or electronic devices.
If you have been cited for driving while using a cell phone that is not hands-free or for texting, you need to call The Law Office of Steven Ginsberg. In the past, he has been able to significantly reduce the points. Mr. Ginsberg, in some cases, has been able to get the court to accept a plea carrying 0 points.* Nevertheless, he strongly urges his clients to use a blue tooth device to speak on the cell phone and to pull over and park prior to texting.
*Past results are for informational purposes only and do not guarantee future results