Fighting A Traffic Ticket - Do You Need A Lawyer
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If you’ve been cited for a serious traffic offense, an attorney may be a wise investment. Serious traffic offenses may result in large fines, points on your record, and a suspension of your license. Consider what it’s worth not to be able to drive for 30, 60 or even 90 days. And let’s not forget the skill factor. Attorneys know the court rules of procedure. An attorney will know when to object to an officer’s testimony when needed, know what points to bring will need to be addressed for the judge or jury, and other matters. Even outside of court – are you really prepared to handle the plea bargaining process? An attorney, who bargains day in and day out, will be able to advise you of what options may be available to you in terms of a reduced sentence, or a plea bargain. Driving offenses can carry serious penalties. Though many times you might think its easier to just pay the fine and deal with it… an attorney may be in your best interest. For more information about whether an attorney can help you in your situation, contact an attorney in your area today.