Helping You Fight A Stop Sign Violation
Running a stop sign is one of the most common moving violations in the United States. There is an increase in such violations as the end of the month approaches, often attributed to the pressure on police officers to meet their monthly ticket quotas.
If you were pulled over and given a ticket for this type of moving violation, our team at Paul Kubosh, Attorney at Law, is ready to help. With more than five decades of combined experience, our lawyers have the extensive knowledge of Texas driving laws to guide you through the intricacies of the legal system.
Penalties For Running A Stop Sign
Stop signs are positioned at crossings and intersections, requiring drivers to come to a complete stop at the “limit line.” The maximum fine for running a stop sign is around $200 in Texas, depending on the county.
To be found guilty of this offense, the following elements must be satisfied:
- A motorist must drive a vehicle and approach a stop sign.
- The stop sign needs to be at the entrance, or within an intersection or railroad crossing.
- The motorist must fail to come to a full stop.
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While it may appear like a stupid mistake, running a stop sign can result in a fine, points on your license and a possible increase in your insurance rate. Do not hesitate to get the legal assistance necessary to make that mistake disappear for good.