I get this question every day, and the answer is no!
If you pay a speeding ticket instead of fighting it, you are pleading guilty to the violation. The guilty admission can bring some very unpleasant consequences.
With a guilty verdict on your record, you will receive points on your Georgia department of drivers services record. These points can be viewed by your insurance provider, and your insurance premiums may increase.
If you already have points on your Georgia drivers record, the additional points may allow the State of Georgia to restrict your driving privileges.
Do not plead guilty to a traffic violation by just paying the ticket. It is always best to consult with a traffic ticket defense attorney, before taking any action.
If you have questions about traffic tickets, you may call the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation.
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