Traffic Tickets Knowledge Base

When should I hire a traffic lawyer?

September 7, 2018

There’s a very good reason most people get lawyers when they have to go to court:

Experience Matters Law firms specializing in traffic ticket disputes combine legal knowledge and expertise with local experience and personal connections in order to maximize your odds of success.

In NYC, you’re obligated to submit a plea within 15 days of receiving your ticket. Whether or not you’ve already plead Not Guilty and set a hearing date, you can hire an attorney at any point prior to your hearing.

Paying your NYC traffic ticket without fighting it is the same as pleading guilty to the violation -- even for 0 point tickets, these guilty pleas will stay on your record, and may result in higher parking or traffic ticket fines in the future. Depending on your insurance provider, you may also find your premiums going up!

What can your traffic lawyer do for you?

  • They’ll go to court, so you don’t have to!
  • Get your ticket totally dismissed!
  • Reduce your fines.
  • Reduce your points.
  • Reduce the charges against you.
  • Avoid having your driver's license suspended or revoked.

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