Contesting Traffic Violations in Georgia

If you got a traffic ticket, it may seem easier just to pay it and move on. But before you make that decision, keep in mind that if you get a certain number of points against your license, you can lose your driving privileges.

At the Law Office of Joseph R. Prine, Jr., we can explain when it makes sense to fight a traffic ticket in Georgia and take effective action in appropriate cases.

Is Your Driver's License At Risk?

In Georgia, each traffic violation results in points against your license. For example, reckless driving is four points. The points for speeding may be two, three, four or six, depending on the number of miles over the limit. And there are also points against your license for a drunk driving conviction.

If you get 15 points in a 24-month period, your driver's license will be suspended. This means that in many cases you should think twice before paying up on a speeding ticket or some other traffic violation. After all, you don't want to put your driver's license at risk if you get other violations.

If you are a commercial driver, your license is your livelihood. We can help you defend it.

Our law office can guide you through the process of fighting a ticket for a traffic violation. It is possible to plead not guilty in court. And the police do not always have a slam dunk in trying to show a violation. Let us use our knowledge and experience to help you take action to protect your driving privileges.

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