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Here are the results from three of the cases that our office handled during the week of November 5-9, 2018.
- Our client in East Ellijay was cited with two different tickets. The first was for speeding twenty-four (24) miles per hour over the limit and the second was for improper lane change. The speeding ticket was a four (4) point violation and the lane change a three (3) point violation. Obviously our client did not want to be assessed a whopping seven (7) points on his license, so he asked for our help. Fortunately we were able to work out an amazing deal for him. Both of his charges were reduced to non-reporting violations, meaning all the points disappeared. He simply paid the fine, which totaled somewhere around $400 dollars for both tickets. In the long run, keeping those seven points off of his record will save him thousands in increased insurance premiums. We were very happy with that outcome.
- In Doraville, we represented a gentleman that was charged with speeding fifty-five (55) miles per hour in a thirty-five (35) mile per hour zone. Doraville can sometimes be a tough place to negotiate, but thankfully we struck a great deal with the city prosecutor. Our client’s speed was reduced and the violation went from a three (3) point offense to a zero (0) points offense. Nothing was reported to the Georgia Department of Driver services and our client simply paid the fine (which the prosecutor agreed not to increase). Keep in mind that a prosecutor can always ask for an increased fine as part of the negotiation process. In this case, I actually asked for the prosecutor to reduce the fine, in addition to reducing the speed. She wouldn’t budge on the fine though – that would have been gravy. All in all, our client was pleased with the result.
- Our office represented a young lady in the city of Roswell Municipal Court for failing to stop at a stop sign. Our client was charged with a (3) point violation and was looking to keep the charge off of her driving record. We met with the client and obtained the fine money from her, as well a plea in absentia document, which gave us the ability to handle the case without her having to appear in court. After negotiating with the city prosecutor, we worked out a deal to reduce the stop sign charge to a non-reporting violation, so that our client would avoid the three points from hitting her driving record. We presented the plea in absentia document to the judge, which he accepted, and we then paid our client’s fine to close out the case. Our client was happy with the outcome because she kept the points off of her driving record, which was stressing her out, and she also did not have to take the morning off of work to personally go to the court in Roswell and face the Judge.
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