Why Should I Defend a Speeding Ticket or other Traffic Violation?
- Insurance companies routinely monitor your traffic record to adjust premiums and/or cancel policies.
- Tickets from other states are transferred to your home state and affect the number of points on your record in your state.
- Even a careful driver can get more than one ticket in a short period of time. Any driving conviction might become the basis for a future license suspension or revocation.
What Affects the Outcome?
- The seriousness of the offence charged.
- The jurisdiction where the case is to be tried.
- The judge hearing the case.
- The officer who wrote the ticket.
- Your driving record.
What Does the Attorney Do?
- Assess and inform you of the likely outcome given the factors mentioned above.
- Consult with the prosecutor and officer ahead of time regarding your charges.
- Appear in Court and try the case.
What Fees are Normally Charged by the Attorney?
* Additional fees may be charged for additional charges or out of area representation or multiple appearances.
- Fees are determined by the seriousness of the offense.