Traffic Violations Defense


Georgia Traffic Violation Defense Attorney

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Traffic violations can have serious consequences, impacting your driving record, insurance rates, and even your freedom.

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Traffic Violations in Georgia

In Georgia, traffic violations encompass a wide range of offenses, from minor infractions to more severe charges. These violations are taken seriously by law enforcement and the judicial system, as they pose risks to public safety. Additionally, Georgia operates on a point system, where each violation adds points to your driving record. Accumulating too many points can result in license suspension or other consequences.

Speeding Tickets

Speeding is one of the most common traffic violations in Georgia and is considered a misdemeanor. “Super Speeder” tickets are given to an individual driving over 75MPH on a two-lane road or over 85MPH on any other road/highway. Consequences vary depending on the exact speed over the the limit, but can include points being imposed on the accused’s drivers license, fines ranging from a few hundred to several thousand dollars, and/or attending a Defensive Driver course. 

Reckless Driving Charges

Reckless driving is another misdemeanor charge in Georgia, defined as operating a vehicle with willful or wanton disregard for the safety of others. Penalties for reckless driving can include fines, license suspension, and up to 12 months of jail time. Additionally, if convicted, four points are automatically added on the accused’s license. If the accused already has points on their license and these additional four points led to a total of 15 points, the accused’s license could be suspended. If the accused is under 21 and convicted, their license can be suspended for six months.

Other common traffic violations in Georgia include running red lights or stop signs, failure to yield, improper lane changes, and driving without a valid license or insurance. Each of these offenses carries its own set of penalties.

Benefits of Having Martha Hall On Your Side

Criminal defense lawyer Martha Hall has years of experience defending those that have faced traffic violation charges. Know your rights and your options. Count on Hall & Navarro for Fearless Representation.

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