Getting client's super speeder ticket reduced in Douglas county
On September 5, 2017, I appeared in the Douglas County State Court to defend my client.
He had been charge with speeding, doing 88 mph in a 55 mph zone.
His charge is a super speeder charge.
My clients Drivers License would have been suspended had I not been able to convince the court of the following.
After negotiations with the prosecutor, I got the speed reduced to 14 mph over, and the citation was made non-reportable to the Georgia Department of driver services.
This is another very happy client of the Alpharetta, Georgia speeding ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.If you have speeding tickets that you would like to discuss with attorney Scott Miller, you may contact him at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
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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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