If you are asking what is the fine associated with this charge, you will need to call the clerk to see what the posted charge is. If, however, you are asking what an attorney would charge, you should contact the Firm directly. Some firms, like mine, give free quotes for traffic representation.
This is my first offense and they also booked me for operating without tag. It wasn’t my car but I did know it wasn’t good. I’m about to graduate and I really don’t want to stress about maybe getting jail time. I don’t know how serious these offenses are
Violation of O.C.G.A. section 40-2-7 is a misdemeanor. This means you could face up to 12 months of jail time. However, with no criminal record and the nature of the offense, it is unlikely you will be sentenced to serve jail time. But whether or not you are sentenced to serve jail time is within...Read more »
Depending on where you received the citation, the court may be backed up and in the process of placing the ticket in the system. In most cases, you were given a court date at the time of the citation. In that instance, make sure you show up to court whether or not the court shows your citation in...Read more »
If you have collision coverage, your insurance will pay to fix your car. If you do not have collision coverage and the other driver's insurance carrier determines the other driver was at fault, then the other driver's insurance will pay to fix your car. However, because you received a...Read more »
Hi. Would you advise me to get a lawyer? The officer told me that I will most likely have my license immediately suspended (because I am under 21) for a minimum of a year, but that is not favorable to me because I am a college student that commutes to campus. Will getting a lawyer lessen the chance... Read more »
There is no reason not to sign the tickets, because by signing you are only acknowledging that you received the ticket. You are not admitting guilt. Some officers have been known to arrest someone for Obstruction of Justice when a person doesn't sign.
I was caught by an officer while I was driving down a hill between the highway ramps. The highway and the ramp where I was driving were trapped by terrible traffic jams. I saw a smooth running roadway down a hill and there were several cars driving down the hill in front of me. I have followed... Read more »
I got a super speeder in georgia back in august. It was $1300 ticket. I didnt have the money to pay for it so I went to court to get on a payment plan. This payment plan included probation until I payed off the ticket. I was supposed to call in every other wednesday. I missed 3 probation calls, as... Read more »
Soeeding ticket in georgia. The construction zone signage do not confoRm to georgia law concerning where signs should be, the distance signage should be, cop was shooting lidar right as you come out of curve at the bottom of a hill That was more than 7% grade— ( O.C.G.A. 40-14-9)—
FAIL TO NOTIFY OWNER/FIXED OBJ STRUCK (40-6-272). I was picked up by ambulance and taken to the hospital. The policeman gave me a ticket while I was lying down in the ambulance for not contacting the owner of the vehicle I hit. Can I dispute this ticket and have the ticket removed from my record?
Based on the facts presented, you should absolutely dispute this ticket. You need to be careful, however, as the most glaring error on this ticket is one that can easily be corrected by a competent prosecutor.
Please contact my office if you would like further assistance.
It's difficult to answer the question based on the information in the post - Admiralty/Maritime is included as a category, and it would be good to have an attorney with insight into maritime law if the matter involves vessels or activities on navigable waters. But there are other categories as...Read more »
I was in a accident where the lanes merged from 2 lanes into 1 lane (the right lane merged into the left lane). I was in the left lane, but the driver in the right lane sideswiped me trying to cut me off. The driver that hit me was cited with a warning, I of course received no ticket. My insurance... Read more »
Most people find this difficult to believe, but according to OCGA 40-6-1(a), almost every traffic violation is a "misdemeanor", which, according to OCGA 17-10-3(a)(1), is punishable by a fine up to $1,000.00 *and* up to one year in jail.
Practically speaking, it is very rare for a...Read more »
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