Speeding in metro Atlanta can be expensive!
If you are issued a speeding ticket in metro Atlanta the result can be expensive.
You have two alternatives.

(1)You can pay the fine which will be expensive, and points will be added to your Georgia Department of driver services record. 
The points can be expensive because your auto insurance may go up.

(2) Hire a traffic defense attorney to defend you. 

An experienced local and metro Atlanta traffic defense attorney may be able to get your ticket dismissed.

Georgia code 40-6-185 describes speeding as driving a vehicle above the posted speed limit.

If you are convicted of driving 15 to 18 mph over the posted speed limit, you will have to pay a fine and 2 points will be added to your driving record.

If you are convicted of driving 19-23 mph over the posted speed limit, you will have to pay a fine and 3 points will be added to your Georgia driving record.

If you are convicted of driving 24-33 mph over the posted speed limit, you will have to a fine and 4 points will be added to your Georgia driving record.

If you are convicted of driving 34+ mph over the posted speed limit, you will have to pay a fine and six points will be added to your Georgia drivers record. 

Don’t take a chance with having points added to your driving record and your insurance rates going up.

Contact a local experienced traffic defense attorney to fight your charge.

The importance of hiring a local attorney is that, he will be familiar with the court personal and the court proceedings

This informational blog is provided by the Alpharetta, Roswell, Milton, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Metro Atlanta traffic defense attorney Scott Miller.

Traffic defense attorney Scott Miller is available daily for free telephone consultation. 

Call him today at 770-408-1001.
www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com
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