December 11, 2015, I am defending my client in the Sandy Springs municipal court, against the charge of striking a pedestrian.  After negotiations with the prosecutor,  I was able to get the striking of a pedestrian charge dismissed. The prosecutor has agreed to amend the charge to driving too fast for conditions. The driving too fast for conditions is a non-reportable charge, so  there will be no record of it. It will be as if this never happened.  This is a big win for my client because the striking of a pedestrian charge will not follow him.  My client is very happy and grateful for the results.

If you have questions or issues about a traffic or a pedestrian related traffic ticket, contact the traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller, in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
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