Stand Up For Your Future After A Traffic Ticket
Received A Speeding Ticket Or A Citation For An Illegal Lane Change?
Many people mistakenly believe a traffic ticket is a minor legal issue. After all, almost everyone receives a citation for speeding or some other driving offense sooner or later. In most cases, no one was hurt and you may figure the best way to deal with it is to pay it and forget it.
“Just paying the ticket” means pleading guilty. One or two minor speeding tickets may seem harmless, but each traffic offense on your record adds “points” to your record. Fines and penalties for future offenses may be harsh. Your car insurance is also likely to increase.
I am attorney Zachary S. Rivenbark and my knowledge of the law can be a great advantage as you seek to resolve your traffic offense citation with the least amount of harm. I offer free phone consultations for minor traffic offenses, including:
- Seat belt violations
- Careless or reckless driving
- Running a stop sign or red light
- Passing a school bus
- Texting while driving
- Distracted driving
- Failure to move over for an emergency vehicle