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Speeding Tickets & Traffic Citations

Speeding Tickets & Traffic Citations

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The traffic ticket attorneys at 1-800-ATTORNEY may be able to help keep tickets off your driving record and reduce fines. Call us now to discuss the facts of your case — and your options — at 1-800-ATTORNEY.

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Speeding Tickets & Traffic Citations

While speeding tickets and most types of traffic citations are generally considered low-level offenses, there are obvious benefits to keeping such a conviction off your driving record.

Not only are your insurance premiums likely to rise, accumulating too many points on your license may lead to yearly surcharges or the suspension of your driver’s license.

Violations such as driving while intoxicated, an invalid license, and failure to maintain financial responsibility (no insurance) can even result in conviction-based surcharges, regardless of points.

Overview of Traffic Offenses

There are two basic types of traffic offenses: moving and non-moving violations. The terminology is self-explanatory, but its important to remember that moving violations tend to carry more repercussions, especially when it comes to your driving privileges.

Non-moving violations include things such as parking tickets, expired tags, and failure to maintain financial responsibility. Moving violations include things such as speeding, running a red light, reckless driving, DWI or DUI, running a stop sign, etc.

The majority of traffic offenses are considered minor infractions; however, it is possible in some cases for a traffic offense to result in large fines, yearly surcharges, jail time, and can even limit your future employment opportunities.

Additionally, failing to respond to the citation in time can result in a bench warrant being issued for your arrest. Luckily, our traffic attorneys may be able to quash any active warrants, preventing you from being taken into custody.

How an Attorney Can Help

If your situation is complicated or you have questions, a criminal defense attorney can be a great resource of information. A lawyer can not only save you time, but he or she may be able to get the charges dismissed or at least reduced to a lesser charge.

This is of great importance when you are falsely accused, or when a conviction could jeopardize your driving privileges or your ability to work in your career field. You only get one chance to defend yourself, so make sure you have an attorney looking out for your best interests.

To discuss your options with an attorney today, call 1-800-ATTORNEY.

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