The Law Office of Jason Perash, LLC, helps clients who have been injured on the job, in a car accident, or in the hospital. Jason handles criminal and traffic violations, especially jailable and CDL charges. Jason helps people file bankruptcy cases.
When you face a challenging legal problem, you need an attorney who can explain your legal options, devise a plan to meet your goals, and execute the plan. That's what I do every day. The same attorney you talk to on the phone will be the same attorney you see in court. I don't have other attorneys in my office who I send out, and I don't have paralegals answering your calls who lack the experience and knowledge of an attorney. If you've been injured and you feel someone caused it, call me. An injury could come from: a car accident, getting hurt at work, a birth defect caused by a doctor (or nurse, hospital, anesthesiologist), a misdiagnosis of a terminal condition, a slip-and-fall at a grocery store, or any other scenario where someone's carelessness led to an injury. If you face a criminal charge, your liberty is at stake. You need to speak to an attorney at once -- as soon as you're charge with a crime, work on your case must begin. Your case doesn't start on the day of the trial, and you should not wait until days before the trial to call an attorney. Hiring an attorney to fight your traffic ticket is a smart investment. I have a history of getting charges dismissed, or at least getting probation (keeping the points off), which help keep insurance rates low and your license valid. I handle payable charges (meaning that you can pay the ticket without going to court) , and jailable citations such as DUI, DWI, Suspended License, etc. I routinely get Suspended License violations, and most clients see up to three or four variations of Suspended License charges. Usually, the client will have or or two other charges, too. Don't worry, I know how to handle that and make you walk out of court thanking yourself for hiring me. Generally, a ticket must be answered within 30 days of being issued. If you plan to fight your ticket, do not pay it because the courts will accept your payment as a Guilty plea. Maryland no longer issues a hearing date automatically; one must be requested. Have an FTA, FTC Suspension, or bench warrant? Call me. I fix FTAs, suspensions, and bench warrants. Have a CDL? You found the right attorney. I routinely handle logbook violations, non-English speaking charges, overweight charges, and other common charges written by State Troopers and inspectors at weigh stations. I have literally saved drivers their jobs by avoiding convictions. Were you pulled over of federal land, which includes part of the BW Parkway, Fort Meade, Aberdeen Proving Ground, among others? You need an attorney licensed in federal court. I'm your guy. Most traffic attorneys are not licensed in federal court. Do you have a closed citation which gave you points? In some circumstances, I can convince the Court to re-open the case, assign a hearing date, and usually get a better outcome than you would have had if you didn't re-open the case. Generally, a ticket must be answered within 30 days of being issued. If you plan to fight your ticket, do not pay it because the courts will accept your payment as a Guilty plea. Maryland no longer issues a hearing date automatically; one must be requested. I also handle bankruptcy cases. You can usually keep your car, which many clients ask. You can usually discharge many common bills including medical, credit card, and landlord debts. Visit and "Like" my Facebook page: Facebook.com/TheLawOfficeOfJasonPerash My office locations: Columbia: 9520 Berger Road, Suite 212. Zip: 21046 Hunt Valley: 201 International Circle, Suite 230. Zip: 21030 Call me at 443.990.1529.
9520 Berger Road
Columbia MD 21046
M-F 9-7; Weekends available in emergencies.
Jason Michael Law Office, LLC, can handle any type of traffic case, regardless of what you were charged with. You will have direct access to an attorney who will take the time to listen to your concerns and explain all options.
95% of traffic tickets are paid and forgotten about. Points are often assigned, the officer doesn't have to go to court to testify, and one's right to question the officer's recollection of events is waived. This is especially true for drivers who had an alleged traffic violation while in Maryland, but reside in another state. Did you know that you don't have to appear in court for most simple traffic tickets, even if you live out-of-state? And, if you want to appear, wouldn't you rather have an experienced attorney go with you? In many cases, I've been able to successfully ask the judge for a lesser fine and no points; sometimes, the case is dismissed entirely! Although people may have personal reasons for fighting a ticket, the most worthwhile reason is to save points on your driver's license. Even if you have no points now, if you don't fight your current ticket, you may be a ticket or two away from a high accumulation of points. Many states have agreements with other states where points from state A show up on the license of a driver from state B. Points can lead to higher insurance rates. If you get too many points, your license will be suspended. Hiring an attorney to fight your traffic ticket is a smart investment. You'll help keep insurance rates low and your license valid. Generally, a ticket must be answered within 30 days of being issued. If you plan to fight your ticket, do not pay it because the courts will accept your payment as a Guilty plea. Maryland no longer issues a hearing date automatically; one must be requested. I can handle the entire process for you. You have to do only one thing: call me.
Jason M. Perash is the managing member at Jason Michael Law Office, LLC. He strives to offer an alternative to large law firms by working with clients from the initial consultation to settlement, trial, or case dismissal. Understanding that clients want to know all options available, he will explain each option and work with clients to choose the best one based on a client's goal. Jason comes from a business background, and is prepared to put the same dedication into clients' cases.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
B.A. Political Science, Pre-Law, 2001
The Thomas M Cooley Law School
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