Lawyer Mitigating The Consequences Of Traffic Violations

Every Georgia traffic violation, or moving violation, carries a certain number of points. If you accumulate 15 points on your record, you could face losing your driver's license, and a drastic increase in your insurance premiums.

In an effort to prevent this, you must act quickly when you are ticketed by law enforcement. There is a specific protocol that must be followed when performing an arrest, and if a police officer misses a step the evidence in the case may become inadmissible.

Fighting Reckless Driving And Other Traffic Violations Brought Against You

I am attorney Lynne Fleming and I have nearly 20 years of experience digging deeply into the details surrounding traffic violation tickets to determine if all legal procedures were followed. The favorable outcome of your case, however, is dependent on timing. You must retain an experienced attorney as soon as possible in an effort to minimize the impacts on your driving record.

At my firm, the Fleming Law, PC, I have represented clients who have been charged with the following:

  • Speeding to include Super Speeder violations
  • Reckless driving
  • Vehicular homicide
  • Fleeing
  • Eluding
  • DUI arrests and repeat DUI stops
  • Driving with a suspended license
  • Driving without insurance
  • Hit and run

The points you accumulate on your license stay on your record for three years. Regardless of whether this is your first moving violation or your fifth, you will benefit greatly by having an experienced lawyer your side.

Contact Attorney Lynne Fleming for Experienced Representation

Call the Fleming Law, PC to speak with a Savannah traffic violation attorney at 912-598-6022 or 800-580-6527, or complete an online contact form. My office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and by appointment on the weekends.

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