Traffic And Driver’s License Offenses
We see it day after day - people going to court without a lawyer because “it’s just a ticket.” Or, “I’ll just explain what happened to the Judge.” Without a lawyer, no one is there to advise you of the consequences of simply paying a ticket. And once you receive a letter from the Department of Driver Services giving you notice of your license suspension, it could be too late. You shouldn’t risk losing your ability to drive to work, school, child care, etc. by going to court to resolve your traffic citation without the experience and success of Kilgore & Rodriguez.
We’ve brought value to hundreds of clients who want to challenge traffic citations by getting charges reduced, getting equipment violations dismissed, getting license charges dismissed, getting speed reductions to avoid Super Speeder assessments, suspensions, and increased insurance premiums. Drivers under 21 in particular routinely receive a Notice of License Suspension from the Department of Driver Services merely by paying a citation by mail or online. Before you just pay a ticket without really knowing the consequences, consult the attorneys at Kilgore & Rodriguez.
Points On Your Driver’s License And Suspension
Many traffic and driver’s license violations can have a surprising and punishing impact. These offenses may assess points on your driver’s or commercial license, thereby increasing your insurance premiums and subjecting you to license suspension.
- Speeding - 2-6 points
- Aggressive Driving - 6 points
- Reckless Driving - 4 points
- Unlawful Passing of a School Bus - 6 points
- Improper Passing - 4 points
- Failure to Maintain Lane - 3 points
- Failure to Yield - 3 points
- Following Too Closely - 3 points
- Texting and Driving - 1 point
- Traffic Control Device - 3 points
- All Other Moving Violations - 3 points
Or, certain offenses can result in a suspension of your driver’s license in and of themselves.
- DUI/DWI/Drunk Driving
- Driving While License Suspence
- Driving Without a License
- Hit and Run
- Fleeing or Attempting to Elude
- Habitual Violator Offenses
- Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act (VGCSA)
- Hit and Run, Under 21
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Under 21
- Racing, Under 21
- Fleeing or Attempting to Elude, Under 21
- Reckless Driving, Under 21
- Any 4 point offense, Under 21
- Purchasing, Attempting to Purchase, or Knowingly Possessing an Alcoholic Beverage, Under 21
- Misrepresenting Age to Obtain Alcohol, Under 21
- Fake ID, Under 21
- Accumulating 4 or more points within 12 months, Under 18
Experience In Municipal Court, Recorder’s Court, Traffic Court, And State Court All Over Metro-Atlanta
Whether you have a ticket or citation in the State Court of Cobb, Fulton, Gwinnett, DeKalb, Cherokee, Douglas, Paulding or the Municipal Court of Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, Austell, Powder Springs, Acworth,Woodstock, Canton, Helen, Atlanta, Sandy Springs, Roswell, Johns Creek, East Point, College Park, Fairburn, Alpharetta, or Doraville we have been there and defended our clients’ driving record.