Getting juveniles super speeder ticket dismissed in Clayton, GA
On Tuesday, September 11, I appeared with my client in the City of Clayton Court. 
My client who is under 21 years of age was charged with driving 94 mph in a 65 mph zone. 

Georgia code 40 –6 –1 82 sets limits on the speed that a vehicle can be driven in Georgia.

Georgia code 40– 6 –1 82 states that 65 mph on a highway or federal or interstate system is the limit a car can be driven in the area of 50,000 population or more. 

Persons found guilty of this violation will receive three points added to their driving record. Juveniles will be given more points.
Juveniles may also lose their driving privilege if the court deems so.

I had this client complete a certified defensive driving class before coming to court. 

After considerable consultation with the prosecutor, I was able to get my client’s 94 mph speed reduced to 79. 
Thus, his speed being 14 mph over the limit, instead of the original 29 mph over the limit, I was able to get his charge dismissed. 
My client had to pay a fine, however no record of this incident will be present on his driving record.
This is very important for a juvenile driver. 

This is another very happy client of the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.

If you have speeding tickets that you would like to discuss with attorney Scott Miller, call him today at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
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