Defending Truck Drivers Accused Of Logbook Violations

It's easy for truck drivers to violate the complex rules and regulations governing logbooks. If you have been cited for a logbook violation, you can face serious consequences, including loss of your commercial driver's license and possible jail time.

The Law Office of Karl A. Mueller, PLC, represents truck drivers who are accused of logbook violations and other commercial driving offenses in Arizona. Attorney Karl Mueller has extensive experience working with prosecutors in the Phoenix metropolitan area to minimize the effect of a violation on your driving record and your CDL. We represent truck drivers in Gilbert, Chandler, Apache Junction and throughout the East Valley. Call 602-730-7857 for a free initial consultation.

Truck Driver Logbook Violations: A Complex Set Of Rules

Many truck drivers are cited for logbook violations simply because they were in a hurry and made a mistake. Those violations — such as not carrying a logbook, creating a false logbook entry, over hours violations, and carrying a logbook that is not current — can carry high consequences. Logbook violations are misdemeanors, which means it is a criminal rather than a civil offense. The consequences you face can include:

  • In excess of $1,000 in fines
  • Points on your driving record
  • Higher insurance premiums
  • Possible jail time
  • The stigma of a criminal record
  • Suspension or revocation of your CDL
  • Employment loss

Trucking companies hold drivers accountable for logbook violations, when the driver committed the violation to meet the delivery schedule. To protect your future, contact a CDL defense lawyer as soon as possible. We will handle all aspects of your logbook violation case by phone and email, so you will not have to return to the area to fight the ticket.

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