Georgia Traffic Attorney
A simple traffic ticket may not seem like a big deal. However, points do add up and insurance companies may raise your insurance rates. Also, certain traffic tickets will automatically suspend your license if you plea guilty or even no contest to it. A Georgia license suspension can range from 6 months to several years depending on the offense and prior driver and/or criminal history. As a former prosecutor who handled hundreds of traffic cases, I understand the nuances of Georgia traffic laws. Call today at (678) 793-7975 so that we can discuss your case and how we can beat your traffic ticket.
Did you know that drugs offenses regardless of whether or not you were driving will suspend your license? Did you also know that suspended registration will suspend your license regardless of whether you plead no contest or guilty? As a former prosecutor, I handled traffic cases and learned the little details about traffic laws. I know it might seem minor to you to hire a lawyer for traffic ticket. However, points do accumulate and certain traffic offenses will suspend your license automatically.
Georgia Speeding Laws
If you get a Georgia speeding ticket, it can be costly. Therefore, it is best to attend court with an experienced Georgia traffic attorney to prevent a license suspension or points on your license.
Under the Georgia Super Speeder Law, you will be pay an extra $200 if you drive 75 mph or more on a two-lane road or 85 mph or more on any road or highway in Georgia. The Georgia Department of Driver Services will send a notice requesting the $200 fine and if you fail to pay the fine within 120 days, then your license will be suspended. If your license is suspended, you must pay the $200 fine and $50 reinstatement fee to reinstate your license.
Let Law Office of Shania King, LLC help you navigate the road to clearing your traffic ticket. Our firm knows how to handle these types of cases and will fight to get you the best deal.