Attorney Morgan provided you with a complete explanation and I would suggest you follow his advice regarding a local attorney.
Speeding does not, in and of itself, result in a disqualification. However, a conviction for more than 31 mph over the speed limit results in 5 points and a departmental hearing, which could result in a suspension. Upon suspension of your license, your CDL will be disqualified under Section 1611.
Therefore, it is very important you hire an attorney to negotiate on your own behalf to get the speed down to a substantially lower amount. Do not attempt to do this alone because an attempt to change the charge to something else (such as Reckless) could result in an automatic disqualification.
If the charge is reduced to 20 over, you will still have a number of points on your record, but you should be able to keep your CDL.
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