On June 8, 2015, I appeared in Atlanta Municipal Court to defend my client against a charge of failure to yield to pedestrian.
Following negotiations with the prosecutor, the court agreed that if my client attended a defensive driving class and provide proof of his insurance and coverage against any claim that occurred for the accident, the court would allow my client to plead Nolo Contendere.
I was not happy with the Nolo Contendere result because this plea would be on my client's record.
I had the case bound over to the Fulton State Court, so I could negotiate for a better result.
It is unlikely that this case will appear on the docket of the Fulton state court for at least two years.
A lot of beneficial things can occur for my client in a two-year period of time.
This informational blog comes from the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
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