School is still in session, don’t speed in a school zone.

Clients continue to call me with school zone speeding tickets even though this is the end of the school year.

Yes, school continues to be in session and Law-Enforcement officers are aggressively enforcing the school zone speed limit.

You can expect to be cited for driving 1 mph over the posted speed limit in a school zone. 
This speed enforcement generally begins one hour before school opens, and it continues one hour after school is out. 

Most school zones in Georgia have a 25 mph speed limit. 

Speeding in a school zone can be prosecuted as a misdemeanor in Georgia. 

School zone speeding tickets are expensive, and they can add up to six points to your driving record.

Watch carefully for school zones and do not speed in them. 

This informational blog comes to you from the Law office
of attorney Scott Miller, the Alpharetta, GA., Speeding ticket defense attorney. 

You may call attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for free consultations.
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