On October 3, 2015, I met with the prosecutor of the Alpharetta Municipal court to discuss my client's high-speed traffic ticket.
My client, who who is 17 years old, was charged with driving 102 miles an hour in a 65 mph speed zone.
Following negotiations with the prosecutor, I got to court to agree to reduce the speed to 19 mph over the limit and reduce the points added to his drivers license to two points.
This is dependent upon my client completing an approved safe driving class and completing several hours of community service.
This is a big victory for my client, his drivers license was not suspended.
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- Thank you Attorney Scott, you made my reckless driving ticket go away. Alexandra: Alpharetta, GA.
- My son was arrested for racing, and reckless driving. I called attorney Scott Miller for help. He went to work right away to help us. Attorney Miller had my son take a defensive driving course and perform 40 hours of community service. Scott also had my son write a 300 word essay about the dangers of driving fast. When we went to court, Attorney Miller got my sons charges reduced and he was able to keep his drivers license. Thank you Scott for helping a mother and her son in there time of need. I recommend attorney Scott Miller highly. He is the best. A grateful mother in Alpharetta, GA.
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