On January 5, 2017, I appeared with my client in the Marietta City Court to defend him against a super speeder ticket
My client had been ticketed for driving 30 mph over the speed limit.
This ticket is a super speeder ticket, and in addition to the charges in Marietta City Court, it also involves the state of Georgia.
My client also had, two other recent speeding tickets, and had been found guilty for both.
The prior speeding tickets complicates his present situation.
After considerable negotiations with the prosecutor, I was able to get the court agreed to reduce his speed to 14 mph over the speed limit. This was done in exchange for my client completing a defensive driving class and paying the court cost
By reducing speed to 14 over, this ticket stays in the City of Marietta Court and doesn't move on to the State of Georgia. Essentially this means that there will be no record of the super speeder ticket in my client's driving history with the state.
This information about speeding tickets is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia speeding ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have questions about, or issues with speeding tickets, you may contact attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.