Auburn Speeding Ticket Lawyer

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AUBURN SPEEDING TICKET LAWYER – BECAUSE YOUR RECORD MATTERS!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Q: How much is your fee for traffic infractions?

A: Our attorney fee for traffic infractions in Auburn is $250 with an additional $50 for each additional ticket. This fee does not include Negligent Driving infractions and CDL drivers because they’re tougher to fight.

Auburn Speeding Ticket Lawyer: (206) 409-7608

Q: Is it really worth contesting a ticket?

A: Yes. Because a ticket will cost you more than the fine amount on the face of the ticket. Even a simple traffic infraction will result in higher insurance rates. In addition, having 4 or more moving violations in a 12-month period will result in probationary period that can lead to a license suspension.

Auburn Traffic Lawyer: (206) 409-7608

Q: Why should I hire an Auburn traffic attorney when the fee is more than my fine?

A: The fine you see on the face of the ticket is just the beginning. And it is the just “tip of the iceberg.” The real cost of a ticket comes in the form of higher insurance rates. The ticket will remain on your record for 3 years. That means, consequently, you will pay higher insurance premiums for the next 3 years.

Auburn Speeding Ticket Attorney (206) 409-7608

Q: Can your firm guarantee a dismissal?

A: Absolutely not. First of all, no lawyer will guarantee you an outcome. But our goal in every case is to keep the moving violation off the client’s record.

Auburn Speeding Ticket Lawyer: (206) 409-7608

Q: What happens if you cannot get my speeding ticket dismissed?

A: Getting a traffic infraction dismissed is always our first goal and every attempt is made to obtain a dismissal. However, dismissal is not possible in every case. In such cases we do our best to reach an agreement where the client’s infraction would not be reported on their driving record and will not impact their insurance premiums.

Auburn Speeding Ticket Attorney: (206) 409-7608

Q: Can’t I just enter a deferral?

A: Of course you can. However, deferrals are not as great as they sound. First, you can enter only one deferral every 7 years. Second, you will be placed on probation. Probation periods vary depending on each jurisdiction, and are typically between 12-24 months. That means if you receive even one traffic ticket during the probation period, your deferral will be revoked, you will lose the money you paid for the deferral, you will have to pay the full amount of the first ticket, the first ticket goes on your record.

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Type of Traffic Infractions our Auburn Traffic Attorney Handles:

  • Disobeying Road Sign
  • Disobeying Signalman, Officer, Firefighter, or School Patrol
  • Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road
  • Driving with Wheels off Roadway
  • Failure to Dim Lights
  • Failure to Keep to the Right
  • Failure to Maintain Control
  • Failure to Signal or Improper Signal
  • Failure to Stop
  • Failure to Yield
  • Following too Closely
  • HOV/Carpool Lane Violation
  • Impeding Traffic
  • Improper Lane Change or Travel
  • Improper Turn
  • Negligent Driving 2nd Degree
  • Prohibited Turn
  • Speed in Excess of Maximum Limit
  • Speed too Fast for Conditions
  • Speeding in a School Zone
  • Straddling or Driving Over Centerline
  • Wrong Way on a One-way Street or Rotary Traffic Island