Texting While Driving to Become Primary Offense July 1st

June 26, 2013 | No Comments »

Starting July 1st police officers can pull over drivers they see texting while driving. It used to be a secondary offense, meaning they have to pull someone over for a primary offense before they could ticket one for texting or emailing. But soon, it will be a primary offense that carries a $125 fine (up from $20) for first offense and a $250 fine for second offense. Maryland and DC have already made texting while driving illegal.

If you or a loved one is facing a texting while driving charge in Fairfax, Prince William or Loudoun County, please call The Gordon Law Firm for your free consultation at 703-218-8416 of toll-free at 1-800-591-6682.

 



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