Did You Get Stopped For Speeding?

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Did You Get Stopped For Speeding?

Seeing flashing police car lights in your rearview mirror, especially when you are in a hurry to get where you are going, can be one of the most uncomfortable feelings. During the traffic stop, you may not even be sure of why you were pulled over. However, you may still find yourself driving away with a ticket in hand.traffic ticket lawyer

The first thing to do is to stay calm and contact a savvy traffic violations attorney who will fight your charges for you in traffic court. Our Law Firm has been helping drivers, like you, fight their traffic tickets for more than 25 years. We stay ahead of the curve when it comes to traffic laws and knows how to work with prosecutors in an effort to get clients’ charges reduced and, when possible, dismissed.

Contact us for a free consultation about your traffic ticket. The last thing you should do is toss the ticket in the glove compartment and forget about it. Paying the fine and pleading guilty won’t help you either. You need an aggressive lawyer who will get a full understanding of the circumstances that led to your ticket. After your consultation, we will get to work preparing your defense. We will protect your driving privileges, your wallet, and your driving record.

Common Traffic Violations
If you are facing any of the following traffic charges, you aren’t alone. One call to our Law Office and you will have the assistance of an experienced traffic ticket lawyer who will fight to protect your rights and driving privileges. If you are facing charges for any of the following motor vehicle violations, contact us for a free consultation about your charges:

Speeding Drivers to follow posted speed limit signs at all times. If you get stopped for speeding, depending on the number of miles per hour over the speed limit you were driving, you may be facing a ticket worth 2, 4, or 5 points.
Running a Red Light is a 2 point ticket.
Running a Stop Sign or Yield Sign is a 2 point ticket.
Reckless Driving is a 2point ticket.
Improper Passing is a 2 point ticket.

Careless Driving
A conviction of a ticket for careless driving is worth 2 points.
Following too Closely, also called Tailgating is a 2point ticket.

Driving Under the Influence: DWI is illegal in Texas pursuant to Texas Penal Code Section 49.04. Depending on the circumstances, it can be either a misdemeanor or a felony. The penalties you face if convicted of a DWI are quite serious. You will pay stiff fines, have your driver’s license suspended and you may even be facing jail time.
Distracted Driving (texting, talking on the phone, etc. ) This adds no points to your driver’s license. However, there are fines for this offense.

Driving with a suspended license, driving without a license, and driving without insurance are also serious charges that can cause your driving privileges to be suspended for a long time. You’ll also be facing stiff financial penalties and even possible jail time.
We will fight your charges. At the least, he will work hard to get your charges downgraded to a non-moving violation (no points. ) This may save you considerable money, since no points may mean no insurance surcharge.

Knowledgeable Traffic Ticket Lawyer Defends Drivers

Traffic ticket convictions lead to points on your driver’s license. Too many points can earn you a license suspension or revocation. Without driving privileges, getting around can be a difficult task. Don’t try to fight your traffic tickets without the assistance of a lawyer who knows how to get traffic violations downgraded and even dismissed in traffic court.

Contact our Law Office today for a free consultation about your ticket. We will ask you questions, get a full understanding of what happened during your traffic stop and review the evidence against you. We will then discuss the best defense strategy for you. We understand how important your driving privileges are to you; you can rely on our lawyers to fight for you every step of the way during your hearing in traffic court.

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