You see the blue lights behind you, and that sinking feeling creeps in. It could happen to anyone, but today it’s you. You wonder why she is pulling you over. As the officer asks for your license, a million thoughts race through your head. A few minutes later, you are driving away, the proud owner of a nearly unreadable uniform traffic citation. You may already know that uniform traffic citations in Georgia contribute points toward your license. Get enough points, and your license gets suspended. Additionally, if you’re under 21 years old or have a commercial driver’s license, an entirely different set of rules applies. There is a bigger problem, though.
The Department of Driver Services reports moving violations to your motor vehicle report, or driving history. Insurers use that information in setting their rates. While a poor driving history make car insurance almost unaffordable, even a single uniform traffic citation can raise your insurance rates by up to 22%.1 Think that a citation will just fall off after you pay it? Think again. While most insurance companies look back at least three years, some look back up to ten years for uniform traffic citations! As employers seek to minimize insurance costs, some are now asking for driving histories as part of their hiring process. Remember, paying the citation is the same as pleading guilty. You need a better option.
Uniform Traffic Citation Attorneys at Lankford & Moore Law Can Save the Day
Our team at Lankford & Moore Law knows how to navigate uniform traffic citations in Georgia. That’s why we handle uniform traffic citations in Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court, all Gwinnett municipal courts, and courts in the surrounding counties, including uniform traffic citations in Hall County and Barrow County. Therefore, we know each court has its own criteria for deciding how to handle citations. We also know that there are usually at least three different ways to prevent points on all moving violation citations. Finally, we know exactly how to keep motor vehicle reports clean. Avoid the awkward courtroom drama. We do the research, we talk to the judge and prosecutor, we stand by you to provide comfort and peace of mind. With an expert from Lankford & Moore Law at your side, you can leave your uniform traffic citation in the dust without the lasting impact on your driving history.
Call in Reinforcements Without Leaving Your Living Room
Hiring a lawyer is an important decision. Therefore, we always offer a free in-office consultation to anyone with a pending legal issue. However, we know that you are busy. Driving to Lawrenceville, Georgia to hire an attorney in Atlanta traffic could take hours. Our intake form and contract can be completed from your smartphone or computer, which means you can get the representation you need wherever you are within minutes. You no longer have to wait for an appointment several days from now. You can sleep easy tonight.
Live Outside Georgia? We Can Clear Your Uniform Traffic Citation Without You Appearing
We understand how easy it is to get a ticket while you’re just passing through. I-85 is a favorite speed trap for many Gwinnett police officers. No matter what the citation, we understand that it can affect your non-Georgia driver’s license just as much as it would affect a Georgia resident. You are at a disadvantage though because it is difficult for you to appear and defend yourself when you live so far away. Let us take distance out of the equation. We can appear on your behalf and satisfy your uniform traffic citation without you having to appear. You get the same expert legal advice and quality representation with the convenience you need.