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2016 Case Results for Traffic Infractions

     
    * We work hard to obtain the best possible results for our clients but no lawyer can guarantee success of your case. Every case is unique and outcomes depend on several factors. The results above are meant to showcase resolutions we achieved in 2015, and should not be used to predict future outcomes.

    Everything you Need to Know About your Ticket

    Boating Offenses
    CDL - Logbook Violations
    Driving with a Suspended/Revoked License
    Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicle
    Failure to Yield Right of Way
    Following too Closely
    Lane Violations
    Negligent Driving
    No Insurance
    Red Light/Stop Sign Tickets
    Speeding over the Limit
    Speed Too Fast For Conditions
    Sign Violations
    Equipment Violations

    I have previously worked with 5 lawyer and Greg explained the process to me in much more detail than any other lawyer ever has.  –  L.I., Client: Speeding

    Standard of Proof for Washington State Traffic Tickets

    Many drivers think that the prosecution must prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that they committed the traffic infraction. That is not the case. “Beyond a reasonable doubt” standard applies only in criminal cases. Most traffic infractions, such as speeding tickets for example, are civil violations.

    For civil traffic infractions, the prosecution only has to prove that it is “more likely than not” that you committed the traffic infraction. So if the officer said he saw you run a stop sign, that is sufficient for the court.

    The best way to beat your traffic ticket is to hire a competent Everett ticket attorney.

    CALL OUR EVERETT TICKET LAWYER AT (206) 409-7608

    “Grigoriy is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.” – Michael Waddington, Military Law Attorney

    Why Retain an Everett Traffic Ticket Attorney?

    The actual cost of a traffic ticket is a lot more than what is on the face of the ticket. In reality, a $124 speeding ticket will actually cost you nearly $1,000. According to a reason study, even one moving violation on your driving record can increase your insurance premium by up to 22%. The entire article can be found here.

    That means if you were paying $100 per month for your insurance before the ticket, you will be paying $122 per month after the ticket goes on your record. That will cost you $792 more for your insurance by the time the ticket is off your driving record after three years.

    So the total cost for your $124 speeding ticket is actually roughly about $1,000

    Now you can see why it is cheaper to retain an Everett traffic ticket attorney.

    CALL AN EVERETT TRAFFIC TICKET LAWYER TODAY AT (206) 409-7608

    Traffic Ticket Lawyer. Handling traffic infractions in Snohomish County District Court.

    If you received a speeding ticket or another traffic ticket in Everett, your ticket will be handled either by the Everett Municipal Court or the Snohomish County Court – Everett Division. Everett Municipal Court is located at 3028 Wetmore Avenue in Everett, Washington, 98201. You can find more information about Everett Municipal Court here.

    Snohomish County District Court – Everett Division is located at 3000 Rockefeller Avenue, in Everett, Washington, 98201. For more information, please visit their website.

     

    Type of Traffic Infractions our Everett 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