On Tuesday, January 16, 2018, I appeared with my client in the Alpharetta Municipal Court
My client had been arrested for driving 101 mph in a 65 mph zone. He was also charged with reckless driving and underage possession of alcohol.
I had previously negotiated with the prosecutor and the court for a hold and clear. A hold and clear can be thought of as an earned dismissal.
My client had completed 100 hours of community service and a defensive driving course. He made 3 payments to the court, one for each offense, $625, $625, $525.
This is another happy client and family of the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
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- Attorney Scott recently represented me and my mother both for traffic ticket charges. In both cases he got my mothers charge and my charge dismissed. He is a wonderful attorney and also a wonderful person. I can’t recommend him enough! Regina: Marietta, GA.
- I was moving along with the speed of traffic when I was pulled over. I was frightened, this was my first ticket ever. The police officer gave me a super speeder ticket. Attorney Miller got my speed reduced and my ticket dismissed. Hooray Attorney Miller, I will refer all my friends and family to you! Roeween: Buford GA.
- I was arrested for street racing in Alpharetta. Scott had helped me previously with a speeding ticket I called Attorney Miller when I was released from jail. Scott worked with the court and got my charge reduced. I had to pay a fine and go to traffic school. Simon
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