Kissimmee, FL asked in Traffic Tickets for Georgia

Q: what happen to my commercial driver if I pay fine (plea guilty) for 40-6-248.1 Securing loads on vehicles - Georgia

I don't know if I should pay the fine or go to the court... and how long do I have to pay the fine?

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Sean McIlhinney
Sean McIlhinney
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  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Norcross, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: This is an excellent question.

Many more details would need to be known in order to give you a complete evaluation with respect to what will happen to your commercial driver's license if you plead guilty to failing to secure a load.

It is always best to contact an experienced Georgia traffic ticket attorney to see if it is possible to get your specific ticket case dismissed or reduced so that it does not go on your driving record without you having to appear at court so that there is no impact to your commercial driver's license.

I am often able to accomplish this great result for my clients! However, I need to know the specific details about your case including the specific court and whether an accident was involved.

I have been practicing law in GA for over 20 years and regularly handle traffic ticket cases all over GA.

To this end, I can definitely help you with your defense if you like.

Please feel free to call or email to discuss your specific situation. My contact details are set out below.

Sean McIlhinney, Esq

Email: sean@ms-firm.com

Cell: 404-932-3099

Office: 678-387-6920

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