I’m a traffic lawyer – five times drivers should get their ticket ‘fixed’ to avoid fines and one protects your insurance

Legal experts have discovered why it’s important for drivers to get their tickets fixed.

A team of criminal defense attorneys explained what it means for someone to get their traffic tickets fixed and why it’s worth it for a driver to get it done.

When deciding whether to hire a traffic attorney to repair your traffic ticket, there are a few things to consider


When deciding whether to hire a traffic attorney to repair your traffic ticket, there are a few things to considerPhoto credit: Getty

When a traffic lawyer corrects your traffic ticket, he or she will cause the prosecutor assigned to your case to amend your traffic ticket, changing it from a moving violation to a non-moving violation.

According to the Glaesman Law Firm, this would mean that your speeding ticket would be changed to an infraction that has nothing to do with driving a crime, such as illegal parking or improper silencer.

In return, you will have to pay court costs and a slightly increased fine directly to the court, according to legal experts.

Apparently this is an increased fine, as one can normally expect that the total fines and costs will be around double the original amount in most cases.

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When deciding whether to hire a traffic attorney to repair your traffic ticket, there are a few things to consider.


The first thing you should do is make sure that your ticket is actually a moving violation.

The legal experts explained that if it is not a moving violation, you may not need a lawyer at all to handle the case.


If your ticket is indeed a moving violation, the next step is to determine how many points would be added to your license as a result of the ticket.

The more serious the traffic offense, the more points will be added to your driving license, said the Glaesman law firm.

You should also consider how many points you already have on your license, because if you accumulate too many points you risk having your license revoked.


This is all to help you understand how important it is for you to keep your driving record as pristine as possible.

In some states, it doesn’t take many points to get your driver’s license revoked.

For example, in New York, if you receive 11 points for traffic violations within 18 months, your driver’s license could be revoked, according to the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles.

If you receive 12 points in South Carolina, your license will be suspended.

The California DMV will automatically suspend your driver’s license for six months if you accumulate 4 points within one year, 6 points within two years, or 8 points within three years.

According to a local criminal defense firm called Kohn & Yager, in Georgia, how many points it takes before a driver’s license is suspended varies depending on age.

In the state, drivers under 21 will have their license revoked if they accumulate four or more points.

Adult drivers in Georgia can earn up to 15 points in a 24-month period before incurring a suspension.


If you were involved in an accident as a result of the traffic accident you are trying to resolve, legal experts have found that there could be issues with compensation and driver’s license suspension.

This is very important when determining whether a driver is qualified to have their ticket repaired and avoid fines.


Legal experts have said that how your insurance company handles the type of your traffic ticket is important.

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Some insurance companies could significantly increase your rates if you receive a traffic ticket, while others may not.

It is important to know what penalties you may face under your car insurance policy before attempting to have your claim resolved by an attorney.


TaraSubramaniam is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: tarasubramaniam@dailynationtoday.com.

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