Traffic Offense Attorney in Atlanta
Trial-Ready Lawyer Throughout the State of Georgia
When people hear the term “traffic offense,” they often assume that the allegation is trivial, and do not attempt to fight the accusation even if they are completely innocent, simply because they think it is too much of a hassle. This is a risky way of thinking since many traffic violations lead to surmounting consequences over time, including being classified as a habitual violator, facing increased premiums in your insurance, costly fines, the suspension of your license, and even a permanent criminal record that will affect your ability to get a job or buy a house.
You should never simply accept a violation allegation, but immediately contact your traffic offense lawyer in Atlanta. Trust The Law Office of Ahmad R. Crews to work for your case with determination and dedication.
Contact us now at (404) 777-0735 whenever you have any questions regarding traffic offenses in the state of Georgia.
Comprehensive Defense for Traffic Violations
When it comes to representation for traffic violations you need a lawyer who is skilled and knowledgeable about the intricate details of distinct state laws in Georgia.
You can count on our experienced attorney to support you in any of the following cases involving traffic offenses, including:
- Hit & Run
- Reckless Driving
- Driving with a Suspended License
- Driving without Insurance
- Driving with Suspended/Revoker Registration
How Driving Offenses Will Affect You
Sometimes people prefer to just pay off their traffic offenses, even if they are perfectly innocent, because they do not like the burden of the allegation weighing on them. It certainly may seem easier to just pay the fine and move on with your life. However, it is crucial to remember that if you take this step, the court considers you as admitting you are guilty of the traffic offense which you have been accused of. This means that you will then also bear the consequences of related penalties associated with the offenses. For example, you could have the negative impact of having points added to your driver’s license.
Moreover, certain violations which are considered more serious will also result in more devastating consequences. For example, if you are accused of a DUI, a H&R, driving while being suspended, or driving without insurance, you will almost certainly face an extended suspension of your driver’s license. If you already have a suspended or revoked registration, you will have to face at least six more months of an additional suspension of your driver’s registration.
The Benefits of Legal Representation
When a person gets a traffic offense in the state of Georgia, these violations are then charged to be enacted within the municipal, recorder, and city courts. If you desire to resolve your offense rather than simply admitting guilt and paying a high fine, you must attend the court trial. The problem is that these courts are extremely crowded, and it is a difficult and time-consuming process. You will often discover that, after waiting in line all day with over 300 defendants, you will simply be asked to come back another day. Fortunately, your traffic offense attorney in Atlanta can attend the court for you so that you do not have to take off so much time from work or school.
Clay County Superior Court Dismissed
Crisp County Superior Court Not Guilty
DeKalb County Superior Court Dismissed
Douglas County Superior Court Dismissed
Fulton County Superior Court Dismissed