What To Do When You Get A Speeding Ticket
Just because you got a speeding ticket doesn’t mean you’re at fault for the incident. If you believe you were issued a ticket unjustly, you have the right to challenge it. In fact, it may be necessary in order to protect your rights and future from the consequences of a conviction.
Consult the The Law Office Of Melinda Knowles, LLC in Conway. You’ll partner directly with me, attorney Knowles, and I will work to minimize fees and penalties from your traffic ticket. My extensive experience can help you overcome or minimalize the consequences of your charges.
Don’t Admit Guilt
The law views a traffic ticket payment as an admission of guilt. Instead, you can fight back with help from an experienced lawyer. I have more than 15 years of legal experience and will advocate for you during every step of this process.
Paying for your speeding ticket will add points to your license and cause your insurance to spike. While the initial consequences of a conviction can be a few hundred dollars, the collateral consequences of a conviction can cost you thousands in increased insurance premiums.
Let A Skilled Attorney Defend You
Do not make the mistake of accepting the charges in your ticket or trying to represent yourself. There is a lot that may surprise you while you are trying to protect yourself in court. Instead, allow me, attorney Knowles, to stand up for you and fight for you in court.