On Wednesday, December 6, 2017, I met with my client in Alpharetta Municipal court. He had been issued three traffic citations. One for speeding 107 mph in a 65 mph zone, one for reckless driving, and one for violation of an instructional driving permit for a 17 year old.
Following negotiations with the prosecutor, I was able to negotiate for a hold and clear which is an earned dismissal for my client. I was also able obtain a restriction of his arrest record.
This earn dismissal will take place after my client completes a defensive driving class, donates 25 hours of community service, pays a fine, and temporarily submits his drivers license to the court until completion of the requirements. He will then get his license back rather than have his drivers license suspended by Georgia DDS.
This is a big win for my 17-year-old client and his family.
This is another very happy client family of the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic 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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