Louisville, KY asked in Traffic Tickets for Georgia

Q: I got a speeding ticket in Georgia going 100 in a 70

I have the ticket from Georgia and on the citation where it says registration number and year. the cop inserted the date 1921 then state Illinois (my location). I’m wondering if this is a typo and can be used to throw out the case.

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Sean McIlhinney
Sean McIlhinney
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  • Norcross, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: This is a good question. A typo on a traffic ticket is normally not enough, by itself, to secure an outright dismissal prior to trial.

Nevertheless, an experienced Georgia traffic ticket and/or criminal defense attorney may be able to use the typo or mistake in negotiatons to try to keep the ticket off of your driving record without you having to appear at court!

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

Please feel free to call me to discuss your specific situation and I can give you my complete case evaluation and fee quote after discussing the case with you in detail.

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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