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Getting client's following too close dismissed in Alpharetta My client was charged with a following too close, accident in Alpharetta's Northpoint mall. He was following traffic into Northpoint mall and the car in front of him suddenly stopped. My didn't have room to stop or to go around the car in front of him. While interviewing this client, I found that he had an good driving record and had not had a traffic ticket in the last 2 years. He uses his car for work, and this work takes him to several states from his Alpharetta, Georgia home. He was very concerned about points added to


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3/21/2017
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 Getting client's following too close dismissed in Alpharetta
 
My client was charged with a following too close, accident in Alpharetta's Northpoint mall.
He was following traffic into Northpoint mall and the car in front of him suddenly stopped.
My didn't have room to stop or to go around the car in front of him.

While interviewing this client, I found that he had an good driving record and had not had a traffic ticket in the last 2 years.
He uses his car for work, and this work takes him to several states from his Alpharetta, Georgia home.
He was very concerned about points added to his driving record.

Follow negotiations with the prosecutor, I was able to get this charge dismissed.
There will be no record of this made with the Georgia Department of drivers services, and there will be no points added to his license.
His insurance company will not be informed.

He is another happy client of the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have traffic tickets that you would like to discuss with attorney Scott Miller, you may contact him at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com


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