I now have five clients who were ticketed for holding cell phones while driving.
Two of these clients live out of state.
The two out-of-state clients are most disturbed about the lack of signage on the roadway where they were stopped, which should have said “holding a cell phone in your hand is illegal.”
I feel very certain that when I appear to Court for them, I can get their charges dismissed.
If you received a ticket for a violation of Georgia’s code 40-6-241(C), touching a cell phone while driving, contact the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller today for a free consultation.
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