Alpharetta Traffic Lawyers
In 2017, GA Law Enforcement agencies wrote 601,905 speeding ticket citations in all 152 counties. This generates millions in revenue often at the expense of hard working people who get stuck with fines and insurance hikes after the citation is reported. The best way to avoid a traffic ticket is to obey all traffic laws. However, if you do get a ticket, the best way to avoid or minimize the consequences is to consult with an experienced traffic ticket attorney.
Do you need assistance with a Alpharetta Traffic Ticket?
Our lawyers and affiliates defend all traffic offenses such as Speeding, suspended license, red light camera violations, illegal u-turn, illegal lane change, DUI, reckless driving, traffic accidents, drug possession, racing on the highway, driving while license suspended, all of them.
Over 30 years representing clients in traffic court, we have developed procedures, a knowledge base of technicalities and library of defense strategies to challenge radar, laser evidence so our clients save money and protect their driving records
Red Light, Camera Violations, Stop Signs
Over the years, the topic of red light cameras has become hotly contested and many people believe they are unfair and unconstitutional. The Ticket Clinic has been in the middle of it all as a lawyer for red light tickets. Our red light ticket lawyers are frequently on the news to provide commentary on the red light camera issue and we even employ a lobbyist our home state of Florida.
Driving with a suspended license is a criminal offense and can result in jail and fines, as well as several points in your driving record. We are tons of reasons like unpaid tickets and other honest mistakes that can result in a suspended license. Luckily, our suspended license attorneys know the best strategies and approaches to help clients get their driving privileges back.
All Traffic Tickets
Simply paying any traffic citation could have a long term impact on your license. Contact us before paying any ticket just to be safe!
DUI & Criminal Offenses
Although most law enforcement authorities use correct procedure for identifying drunk drivers on the road, there are others who simply don’t give motorists a fair shake. If you’ve been targeted unfairly by a law officer, or if the proper means weren’t used to administer your tests, we can help you recognize when your rights have been violated. Our experienced criminal attorneys will pursue ever angle to clear your name.
Our goal: No court, no school, no points
The Ticket Clinic law firm has built a network of traffic violation lawyers and affiliates to handle your case. Many states communicate with each other and a ticket from a different state could affect the status of your driver license. An experienced traffic ticket attorney can help you avoid a conviction on your driving record and costly insurance premium increases.
5,000,000 Cases Resolved By Real Lawyers, Coast to Coast Coverage
Our firm has 40 offices across the country in Florida, Georgia and California, and over 300 affiliate attorneys nationwide. For over 30 years, The Ticket Clinic traffic ticket attorney team has been providing legal services to motorists charged with traffic offenses like speeding, suspended license and DUI.
Call our office at 1-800-248-2846 and tell us which state you received your ticket in or fill out the contact form.
Common Alpharetta Traffic Laws
§ 40-6-189 – Classification as super speeder
Georgia’s ‘Super Speeder Law’ defines a Super Speeder as a driver convicted of speeding at 75 mph or more on a two-lane road or at 85 mph and above on any road or highway in the State of Georgia. In addition to the fines and fees paid to the jurisdiction where the speeding offense took place, a $200 Super Speeder state fee is to be paid by the convicted driver. Failure to pay the Super Speeder fee within 120 days of official notice will result in the suspension of the offender’s license or driving privileges. Payment of a $50 reinstatement fee in addition to the $200 Super Speeder fee will then be required to reinstate their license or driving privileges.