The answer to your question is yes under certain conditions. The DDS reduces reinstatement fees by 50% for drivers who certify their inability to pay the entire reinstatement fee based on answers from the Household Information section of the Pauper’s Affidavit. Please note, DDS does not offer the...Read more »
As a driver in Georgia living near a national cemetery, I meet funeral processions more often than drivers in other locations. The "custom" here is for oncoming traffic to stop -- sometimes pulling over, but sometimes in the travel lane -- until the procession is past. I know this is... Read more »
Georgia law provides that funeral processions have the right of way at intersections, unless they are approached by an emergency vehicle or signaled by a law enforcement officer to let other vehicles pass. It is illegal to cut into a procession’s line of vehicles and to pass a procession on a...Read more »
My insurance company found contributory fault based on investigation. The other party hit the tail end of my car and I had made it through the turn, no speeding, she came from around another vehicle that was stopped and that is when she hit me. She also had expired registration tags. Is this... Read more »
The short answer is yes, you can be fined and/or removed if you’re parked on private or public property containing signs about designated parking spots. It helps if there is a warning about penalties for violators. To avoid the headache, it is best to park elsewhere.
It is difficult to provide you with an accurate answer, more details about your case are certainly needed. It is in your best interest to contact an attorney who will, at minimum, review your case and provide counsel on what your next steps and options are.
Court today nov 20. Second ticket I’ve gotten in Georgia for suspended license. (License are held up in North Carolina where I’m from because of a court date that wasn’t threw out like told and became failure to appear) I have a lawyer there but I have to pay him to take care of case to get... Read more »
A Super Speeder is a driver convicted of speeding at 75 mph or more on a two-lane road or at 85 mph and above on any road or highway in the State of Georgia. The fines and penalty for failure to pay are substantial.
If you or someone you know fits the criteria above, it is best to consult...Read more »
Yes, you must truthfully identify yourself during a traffic stop. It is best to consult with an attorney who can examine whether the stop was in fact legal or illegal. I wish you the best. We are available to assist you. Contact us today.
I was driving my motorcycle and had a wreck, I was ticketed for not having a license on my person. I only had my class c at the time, and before my court date I am getting a permit. Is this considered operating a motor vehicle with the wrong class license?
A speeding ticket in Georgia is misdemeanor crime, although the penalties for a first, life-time speeding ticket in Georgia are capped below the standard maximum penalties for misdemeanors. See O.C.G.A. § 40-6-1.
I got a traffic citation while traveling in GA but live in FL and there is only a court date not a price. Is there anyway to transfer the court to a florida court or pay the fine without having to travel all the way back up here? It shows 78 in a 55. Also the officer told me it was 68 but on the... Read more »
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