Don’t Let Traffic Violations Ruin Your Driving Record
It’s almost a fact of life that you’ll get a traffic violation at some point during your driving career, whether a small one or a big one. You may be innocent or guilty, but receiving a ticket is still a stressful affair. Getting pulled over by a police officer and wondering how much you may have to pay in fines, if you’ll get points on your license, if your insurance will go up — it’s not a pleasant situation.
You may be tempted to just pay the fine and get it over with. However, paying the ticket means you’re pleading guilty. This can certainly affect your driving record and even insurance rates. Especially with more serious traffic violations, it’s in your best interest to hire a defense attorney to fight for you and keep your record clear. If violations keep piling up, you could lose your driver’s license. Additionally, more severe traffic violations sometimes come with criminal charges, and you will definitely need a lawyer to represent you in court. Contact the Law Office of John W. Howe for advice on your case today.
Common Traffic Violations
Common traffic violations in Georgia — and across the United States — include:
- Not yielding or stopping
- Running a red light
- Reckless driving
- No insurance or proof of insurance
- Illegal turn
- Negligent driving
- Failure to wear a seat belt
- Driving with a suspended license
- Driving under the influence
Our law firm helps you fight these charges. Each charge comes with different penalties, and as your traffic violation lawyer, he can explain the details and answer all of your questions. Don’t let violations pile up on your driving record until you lose your license or even end up facing jail time.
You Can Fight A Traffic Ticket. Call Us For Free Information.
You don’t have to plead guilty to a traffic ticket. Learn more about your options today by calling us at 770-609-3074. Your first visit is free.