Criminal traffic law
No matter what the charge is: whether drunk driving, driving without a license, endangering road traffic or negligent bodily injury – the following must always be observed:
“You have the right to remain silent” – when you hear this sentence, you should first and foremost do one thing: make use of the right to silence granted to you!
Even if you feel you have nothing to blame yourself for, pleading guilty early on can get you in trouble. Even the smallest inaccuracies, such as forgetting an important witness in such a stressful situation, can be interpreted negatively in retrospect and result in you and the witness not being believed in court.
In particular, you do not yet know what exactly it is about, what witnesses have seen and what the police have already investigated or will subsequently investigate.
A plea should therefore be made at most at a time when the contents of the file are known through a request for inspection of files. Even then, however, it may be advisable to forgo a plea altogether. However, this cannot be assessed as a general rule and always depends on a comprehensive assessment of the individual case.
However, this is only one point of many to be evaluated in a criminal case. The questions that arise are so multifaceted that representation by a qualified attorney at the earliest possible stage is always advantageous.
Traffic offense law
Whether speeding, distance, red light or cell phone violations – we represent you in all matters in which you are charged with a traffic offense, especially if a driving ban is imminent.
But also alcohol violations in the area of fines as well as the accusation of causing a traffic accident are in our defense spectrum.
Just as in criminal law, the questions that arise are so multifaceted that representation by a qualified attorney at the earliest possible stage is always advantageous.
So make an appointment as soon as possible, Mr. Grüne will be happy to advise and represent you.
Mr. Grüne is a specialist in traffic law and a member of the DAV traffic law working group.