On Tuesday, 9/26/18, I appeared in the Alpharetta Municipal Court on behalf of my client.
My client who lives in New Jersey had been ticketed for use of his cell phone while driving.
Georgia code 40 –6 –241, prohibits writing, sending, or reading text based communication while operating a motor vehicle.
It also prohibits the touching of a cell phone with any part of the body while operating a motor vehicle.
My client, who lives in New Jersey, was unaware of this law.
He was issued a citation and contacted me for help with his defense.
I appeared in the Alpharetta Municipal court on his behalf, and I negotiated with the prosecutor a dismissal of the charge, upon evidence that my client possesses a hands-free device.
My client sent a text and picture to me that shows he possesses the hands-free device.
Upon my presenting this as evidence to the court, I got the charge dismissed.
This is a big win for my client, because he doesn't have to return to Alpharetta to appear in court.
This gentleman is another happy client of the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you’ve received a traffic ticket recently, you may contact attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
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