If you are cited by the police for driving 30 or more miles above the posted speed limit, this is a jailable offense in the State of Hawaii.
The penalty for excessive speeding is you may be sentenced up to 30 days in jail and fined not less than $500 and not more than $1000.
You may have a defense. It will depend on the facts of your case. Call the Law Office of Barry Sooalo today for a fee phone consultation and to discuss your options for defending against this charge.
Out of State visitors to the State of Hawaii
It happens often. You travel to Hawaii for a wedding, or a funeral, or a family vacation, or some other family or business function or event.
While in Hawaii, you get stopped for excessive speeding. You put your citation in your luggage and decide to deal with it when you return to your home state.
The event is now over and you return to your home state.
If you are not sure what to do and what you options are, contact the Law Office of Barry Sooalo.
The Law Office of Barry Sooalo (808-585-8700) is experienced in defending people who live outside the state of Hawaii when they are ticketed for excessive speeding, DUI, or any other traffic crime or misdemeanor offense.