Fighting Traffic Tickets And Protecting Your Rights
If you are unsure about what to do with a recent traffic ticket you received, we can tell you that there is always the option to contest the penalty you face. You may wonder why you would contest a ticket. The reason is that the easiest option, which is just to accept the ticket and pay the fine, could have severe consequences for your future.
According to Georgia law, most traffic violations are misdemeanors, but some are felonies or can escalate to felonies. What may seem like a simple traffic ticket could lead to a criminal record and increase your insurance premium. In some cases, it could also result in you losing your license. At Williams Law Group, we help clients contest their traffic tickets in court with tailored legal strategies according to our clients’ specific cases.
Building Solid Arguments To Challenge Your Traffic Ticket
If you get a traffic ticket, it does not mean you are automatically guilty unless you accept the penalty and pay it. However, contesting a ticket can be challenging and you need to build solid arguments to fight back.
When you work with our law firm, you will have the experience of a former prosecutor in your corner. Our founding attorney, attorney Clarence Williams, III, has over 20 years of experience representing individuals who face serious criminal charges. Therefore, we are in a favorable position to assist you in building a case to challenge your ticket.
From our Warner Robins office, we can help you with the following:
- First-time and subsequent DUI offenses
- Speeding and super speeding tickets
- Vehicular homicide, as a misdemeanor or felony
- Reckless driving
- Driving with a suspended license
Misdemeanors could mean jail time, community service and penalties from $500 to $5,000 or more, depending on the charge and the circumstances surrounding your ticket/arrest. Felonies may lead to prison time and harsher penalties including losing your voting rights.
In your free initial consultation, we will have an in-depth discussion about your situation, explain your rights, potential consequences, what you can expect and how we can help you. We will assist you in making informed decisions and keep you informed about your case.
Call To Help You Build Your Case
Not doing something to address your traffic ticket, even when it seems a simple affair, could take away your opportunity to fight back. Contact us at 800-340-2304 or fill out our online form and provide a brief explanation of your legal concerns. We offer a free consultation and serve clients throughout central Georgia.
Clarence Williams III, Attorney at Law, is located in Warner Robins, Georgia. Our firm represents clients throughout the surrounding communities and across middle Georgia.