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The penalty procedure is of central importance in the field of traffic law. Approximately 95% of all fine proceedings are traffic law procedures. As a result of the fine proceedings, which is part of the offense law, legal offenses with a lower content of unlawfulness than criminal offenses are punished by this simplified procedure. Anyone who realizes a misdemeanor offense acts unlawfully but does not make a punishable offense. The implementation of an offense means the committing of an "administrative wrong. " Offenses are predominantly punished by the competent administrative authorities. Therefore, committing an administrative offense cannot be punished or considered as a criminal record. The legal basis for the prosecution of DUI offenses is the Washington D.C law on administrative offenses.

 

According to a criminal law firm in Washington D.C. at Lotze Mosley, LLP an administrative offense is an unlawful and reproachable act, which realizes the fact of a law, which allows the punishment with a fine. In contrast to criminal offenses, offenses include minor legal consequences. The law does not provide for imprisonment for committed offenses. However, a driving ban can also be ordered because of an administrative offense. Hire a DUI Attorney Washington D.C. from Lotze Mosley, LLP to help your case.

Written by on August 20th, 2019