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Do I have to attend hearings?

You do not have to attend the hearings unless notified by your TICKET FIXER LAWYER that your attendance is required.

How long will it take to resolve my case?

Although every case is different, remember that you know have a TICKET FIXER LAWYER now. This means that you have representation and they will get your case finalized as soon as possible. There may be factors of heavy case load of a judge and or jurisdiction where you received your citation.

A warrant has been Issued for my arrest by the Municipal Court. Can you help me?

Yes, a TICKET FIXER LAWYER can. Handling warrants is a much needed service we refer. No one wants to be pulled over and have their car impounded as well as taken to jail. Contact us today so we can get this remedied for you quickly.

What is a "moving violation"?

A moving violation occurs whenever a traffic law is violated by a vehicle in motion. Some examples of moving violations are speeding, running a stop sign or red light, and drunk driving. A non-moving violation, by contrast, is usually related to parking or faulty equipment. Examples include parking in front of a fire hydrant, parking in a no-parking zone, parking in front of an expired meter, and excessive muffler noise.

If I am guilty of a traffic violation, shouldn't I just pay the ticket and get it over with?

If you plead guilty to a traffic charge, the court will typically require you to pay the maximum fine allowed by law and will record the conviction on your DMV record for a period of years. A conviction will most likely result in points on your license. A certain amount of points can increase your insurance premiums and accumulate with any other charges such that, eventually, you could lose your driving privileges. An experienced attorney can advise you on whether it may be worth fighting a ticket in your particular circumstances.

Can a lawyer help me with my traffic tickets?

Yes, in many cases. However, it is not necessary to call a lawyer every time you get a traffic ticket, since the stakes are not typically that high. In fact, the cost of retaining an attorney likely will be much higher than the cost of paying the ticket. However, you may want to speak with a traffic ticket attorney, ticket fixer lawyer if, for example, you're facing the prospect of license suspension or an insurance rate hike.