Can a Greensboro criminal defense attorney help with waivable traffic offenses? Yes!
When you receive a traffic ticket, what is the first thing you think about? Most people would say that they think about how much money it will cost them, whether that’s due to an increase in insurance or because of the actual ticket itself. These fines can be expensive, and yet most people may the fee and waive their court appearance without thinking about how a defense attorney may help the situation. If you have recently received a traffic fine, you should seriously consider contacting a Greensboro traffic ticket attorney to see if they can help mitigate the cost or get the fine completely removed.
What most people do not really is that each time they pay a traffic fine, they are actually pleading guilty as charged. Therefore, this charge will be on their driving record and they may have to suffer the consequences, whether it’s a present consequence or a future consequence due to more violations (such as license revocations). What most people also do not realize is that a court appearance by an attorney could result in a reduction and potential court or insurance savings. Waivable costs could include (but are not limited to) things such as speeding violations, driving without a noncommercial driver’s license, failure to carry a license while driving a vehicle, illegal parking in a handicapped space, use of darkened windows in a motor vehicle, or failure to use headlights when wipers are on.
To know moe about what traffic crimes are waivable, contact a Greensboro criminal defense lawyer today at 336-379-0539! If you have received a traffic ticket, you should not pay it until you have weighed all of your options by consulting an attorney. The criminal defense attorneys at Garrett, Walker, Aycoth and Olsen know the requirements of the law and also genuinely care about each and every case presented by their clients.