When you see blue lights in your rearview mirror, you realize, this may not not be a good day.
However, this may be the day you get off with a warning.
If you are polite to the law-enforcement officer that stopped you, you may get off with a warning ticket.
The police officer may have some discretion and if your speed was only a few miles over the speed limit he may simply give you a warning ticket. However, if you are belligerent and argue with the officer, your chances of getting a traffic ticket, will go up.
Remember, you will see this officer again in court.
If you were argumentative and belligerent, it will be noted on the report that is given to the judge.
Drive safely and obey all of the traffic laws. Do not drive over the posted speed limit.
If you receive a traffic ticket, you may contact the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation.
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