Traffic cases include driving under the influence, reckless driving, careless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, speeding, driving under suspension/revocation, and other moving and non-moving violations.
FAQ – We can help you with answers to your questions, including:
- What is the point system?
- What happens if you do not pay a traffic ticket you get from another state?
- Does car insurance increase if you get a ticket in a different state than which you live?
- How long does a DWI or DUI stay on my driver’s recorfd and will it affect my insurance?
- I received a DWI or DUI while living in state A, did not take care of the violation and moved to state B. Is there a statute of limitations on this? If not, what is my best option?
- What should I do if I have lost my ticket?
- How do I fight my traffic ticket?
- Do I need a lawyer for a speeding ticket?
- Can I beat a speeding ticket or traffic charge?
- If I missed my court date, can I still contest my traffic ticket?
- What is a lien?
- What is an appeal?
- Will there be a fee charged to contest my ticket?
- If I want to contest my ticket but I am beyond the 20 days, can I still have a court date?
- How do I fill out the back of my ticket if I want a hearing?
- If I live out of state or country, can I send a letter explaining my case to a judge?
- Can I pay my ticket on the web or by telephone if it is contested?
- What if I want a hearing on a violation, but want to pay other violations?
- How can I change my plea if I no longer want to contest the violation?
- How long is the statue of limitations on a parking ticket?
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