Whether you were caught speeding in Alpharetta or running a stop sign in Sandy Springs, getting a ticket probably ruined your day. What you may not realize is that getting ticketed in Georgia for a traffic violation is more than a minor nuisance. Tickets can impact your driving record— and this can mean more than just paying a fine. If you have been ticketed in Georgia, you could lose your license.

Types of Traffic Violation Cases the Law Office of Scott Miller Accepts
Georgia traffic attorney Scott Miller will protect your rights and advocate for you if you received a ticket for:

  • Speeding
  • Georgia Super Speeding
  • Driving with a Suspended License
  • Moving Violations
    • Failing to Stop at Stop Signs
    • Failing to Stop at Red Lights
    • Failing to Use Turn Signal
    • Driving Too Closely

Should I Just Pay the Traffic Ticket?
If you have been issued a traffic citation in Georgia, you should not necessarily pay the ticket, as paying the ticket is an admission of guilt to the offense and you will face the penalties associated with a conviction. Contact Scott Miller, a Georgia traffic lawyer, to fight your ticket and keep your record clean, or to mitigate the charges in case of future citations.

Georgia courts look at your past driving record when determining penalties. If a prior conviction is on your record when you are ticketed again, the courts will not be lenient.

Even if you are from out of state, you may think it is easier to just pay the ticket. However, Scott will fight your ticket without having you return to the state. It is also important to note that your home state will receive information about your traffic citation. In some states, your license could be suspended if you were convicted of certain traffic offenses.

What Are the Penalties for Being Ticketed in Georgia?
If you were pulled over in Georgia and received a ticket from the police, you can expect to face the following penalties:

  • Fines of Up to $325
  • Super Speeder Fine of an Additional $200
  • License Suspension, Revocation or Cancelation
  • Probation
  • Court Costs
  • Points Added to Your License
  • Increase in Insurance Premiums
  • Traffic School

Depending on the severity of the motor vehicle infraction and your past driving record, jail time is also a possibility in Georgia. If you are under the age of 21, the points add up quickly and your license can be suspended after just one traffic violation. If you have been cited for a traffic violation, you need assistance from an Alpharetta traffic lawyer, as a conviction becomes a part of your permanent record forever.

Contact the Law Office of Scott Miller Today
An Alpharetta traffic attorney can identify possible legal issues with the process and procedures involved with issuing the ticket, or your ticket may have an error that you did not notice. Attorney Scott Miller will be able to recognize these issues and investigate the facts surrounding your situation, pulling together any evidence required to build a strong case for you.

Before you pay the citation, call the Law Office of Scott Miller at (770) 408-1001 or complete the contact form on this page. Scott understands that you may find it easier to just pay the traffic ticket, but the penalties are serious and your insurance premiums could triple after only one conviction or admission of guilt. Georgia traffic lawyer Scott Miller has the experience and knowledge you need to keep your record clean.

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