Commerce, GA Traffic Ticket Attorneys

If you drive a car in Commerce, you are responsible for following all of Georgia’s traffic laws. If you violate these laws and are caught, you may receive a traffic ticket, which can have big consequences depending upon the offense.

When you are given a traffic ticket in Commerce, you shouldn’t just pay the fine. Instead, contact traffic tickets lawyers in Commerce, GA for a consultation to learn more about your options.

Common Traffic Offenses in Commerce, Georgia

You may be hit with a traffic ticket if you commit any number of traffic offenses in the state. Some of the most common traffic offenses in Commerce, Georgia include–

  • Speeding;
  • Driving with a suspended license;
  • Failing to come to a complete stop/failing to stop; and
  • Driving without insurance.

There are also some less common, more serious traffic offenses that a person may be accused of, including:

  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Driving while under the influence;
  • Refusing to submit to a chemical test;
  • Reckless driving;
  • Racing;
  • Fleeing an officer; and
  • Excessive speeding.

What a Traffic Conviction Could Mean for You

Depending upon the offense that you have been charged with, simply paying your traffic ticket – which can be done online, in-person, on the phone, or through paper mail – and moving on may be the smartest thing to do; in some cases, fighting a traffic ticket just isn’t worth the hassle. For more serious traffic offenses that carry more serious penalties, however, you can plead not guilty in traffic court. Depending upon the offense, you may also have your traffic ticket dismissed if you agree to attend traffic school.

Georgia also has a Super Speeder law:

Which defines a Super Speeder as a driver convicted of speeding at 75 mph or more on a two-lane (undivided) road or at 85 mph and above on any road or highway in the State of Georgia.

In addition to the fines and fees paid to the jurisdiction where the speeding offense took place, a $200 Super Speeder state fee is to be paid by the convicted driver. Failure to pay the Super Speeder fee within 120 days of official notice will result in the suspension of the offender’s license or driving privileges. Payment of a $50 reinstatement fee in addition to the $200 Super Speeder fee will then be required to reinstate their license or driving privileges.  The attorneys at Mitchell & Crunk are very experienced at dealing with this add on fine for an applicable traffic ticket.

If you are convicted of a traffic violation that is serious, the penalties can be severe. In fact, major traffic violations in Commerce, Georgia can result in the revocation of your driver’s license, which could significantly impair your life. You will also have points added to your driving record, and be responsible for paying a large fee.

How Our Traffic Ticket Attorneys in Commerce, GA Can Help

If you need to contest a traffic ticket in Georgia, our experienced traffic ticket attorneys in Commerce can help. While you may think that getting a traffic ticket is no big deal, more points on your record now may mean a higher insurance premium, and a higher risk that you will face more serious penalties – like a license revocation – at a later date if you receive another traffic conviction.

When you contact our attorneys at the law offices of Mitchell & Crunk, we will begin by reviewing your case on the phone and providing you with information about next steps free of charge. From there, we will work with you to have traffic charges dismissed, reduced, or help you to fight traffic charges if you believe that you are not guilty of the offense.

Don’t let a traffic offense affect your future. When you are dealing with one or multiple traffic tickets, contact our law offices for a free phone consultation at 770-722-9765.