Defending a previous client’s daughter against a speeding ticket.
On Thursday at 8:30 AM, I appeared in the Forsyth State Court to fight my client’s speeding ticket.
My client is the 18-year-old daughter of a previous client.
Speeding tickets for teenagers are looked at more closely by the courts.
Following negotiation with the prosecutor, I got to court to reduce my client’s speed to 14 MPH over the limit, and this matter will be managed locally, and it will not be reported to the Georgia Department of driver services.
This is a big win for my client because this record will not be shared with the state of Georgia and her driving record will not be affected. Also, her insurance company will not be informed about this incident. This family’s insurance rates should remain the same.
This is another very happy client, of the Alpharetta, Georgia speeding ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
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- I was given a super speeder ticket on GA–400. I was not disappointed, he got the ticket dismissed and prevented me from having points on my license, and paying the super speeder fine. I recommend him to anyone with a speeding ticket. Alberto: Roswell, Ga.
- My 17-year-old son was given a speeding ticket on GA-400. Attorney Scott Miller got the speeding ticket dismissed. He was very professional and he led us through the process. Denise: Alpharetta, GA.
- I was blessed to have found attorney Scott Miller. In court he was marvelous, he got my speed reduced and my ticket dismissed. He is a fantastic lawyer. Clarissa: Roswell, GA
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