If you receive a Notice to Appear (NTA) or a traffic citation with a notice to appear in court, you should immediately contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to begin legal representation. Although you were not arrested, a NTA or traffic citation means you are facing criminal charges and must still appear in criminal court before a judge. Your NTA or traffic citation should contain a court location and court telephone number to call. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are aware of your court date, and you must appear in court on the date specified.
If you received a NTA or traffic citation, contact Burkhardt Legal today, and let us get to work immediately in your defense. At Burkhardt Legal, we have years of experience defending clients in criminal cases, and our record of successes at trial show that we will aggressively fight your case and work to obtain the best possible outcome in your legal matter.
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