Have You Been Cited With Traffic Violations? An Attorney Can Help Protect Your Driving Record.
On the highways throughout McIntosh and Camden counties, the authorities are constantly on the lookout for drivers who are speeding, driving recklessly or under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI). If you are pulled over and given a citation or arrested, it’s important to consider the possible consequences of accepting the ticket and paying the fine, having your license suspended or going to jail.
Traffic Tickets Can Cost You More Than A Few Dollars In Fines
At the law office of Ashley Mills, P.C., we can help you address your ticket and evaluate your options. If you were stopped for speeding (a misdemeanor in Georgia) on Interstate 95, we will review the circumstances of your citation and try to get the speed reduced and mitigate the consequences. Similarly, if you were arrested for drunk driving, we will carry out an investigation to determine if the authorities violated your rights in any way or possibly mishandled the field sobriety test or the results of a Breathalyzer test.
Whether you drive for a living and have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or simply need to stay behind the wheel to get to work and take your kids to school, our lead lawyer, Ashley Miles, can help you address the following while fighting to maintain your driving privileges:
- Speeding tickets, including Super Speeder citations
- Reckless driving
- Aggressive driving
- Running a red light, stop sign or passing a school bus
- Driving without insurance
- Driving with a suspended or invalid license
- Drunk driving (DUI)
- Possession of less than one ounce of marijuana
- Texting while driving
- Window tint violations
Although many people assume that a speeding citation is a minor charge, the truth is that it’s a misdemeanor in Georgia. If you were cited for speeding at 75mph on a two-lane road or 85mph on any other road, you could be hit with an additional “Super Speeder” fine from the Department of Driver Services in addition to other fees and fines stemming from the ticket. As your representatives, we will look to have the speed reduced, thus mitigating the consequences of your ticket or arrest.
We Want To Alleviate Stress And Keep You Behind The Wheel
Instead of taking on a traffic violation on your own, attorney Miles can help you save money, time, stress and a great deal of aggravation. She will look to keep fines and court costs to a minimum, keep you from having to go to court and limit other hassles. Whether you are from the area or outside the state, we are here, ready to help.