Most areas of the road are clearly marked to indicate who has the right-of-way. Failure to yield the right-of-way to vehicular traffic or to pedestrian traffic, may result in a vehicular accident, or it may result in injury of a pedestrian. In either case, the driver of the vehicle that failed to yield the right way, will be charged with failure to yield.
If you're facing the charge of failure yield, in the Alpharetta Municipal Court, it is best to have an Alpharetta, GA. traffic defense attorney, represent you.
Attorney Scott Miller has over 10 years of experience in the Alpharetta Municipal Court, defending clients charged with failure to yield. During his years of working in this court, he has gained a complete understanding of the court process pertaining to this charge. He has also gained the respect of the court officers and the court personnel.
You may contact attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
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