Fighting client’s speeding in a work zone ticket.

Georgia code 40–6–188 covers Highway work zones,
reduction of speed, and signage. 

A highway work zone is defined as a segment of highway or road, where the department of transportation is performing construction or repair of that roadway.

The department of transportation must provide adequate signage, at the beginning and end of the work zone, with adequate signage of the reduced speed limit. 

A person convicted of exceeding the speed limit in a work zone shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of at least $100 and not more than $2000, or by imprisonment not exceeding 12 months. 

I have defended many clients charged with speeding in highway work zones, and I’ve been able to get most of their charges dismissed. 

If you have been issued a speeding ticket for a work zone violation, contact the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation today. 
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