A driver is given a cell phone ticket when they hold or use a handheld wireless communication device or prescribed device that can receive or transmit telephone communications, electronic data, and mail or text messages. A cellphone violation can result in a fine of $490, three demerit points, a 30-day suspension for G1 and G2 drivers (a 60-day suspension if a G1 or G2 driver has a subsequent conviction), and increased insurance rates. Legal Action has the knowledge you need to help keep a cellphone charge off your record.

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