Traffic Ticket Attorney
Traffic Offenses in Forsyth County
Georgia devotes an entire section of the law (Title 40) to motor vehicle
regulations. When you are charged with a traffic crime in our state, you
risk points against your license, your insurance rates going up or your
coverage being cancelled and a criminal record. Traffic offenses are charged
as misdemeanors and felonies and the penalties can be harsh, including
steep fines, a
suspended license and probation or jail time.
Our firm, Zeliff | Watson, has the know-how and experience to guide you
through your case as safely as possible. We offer a no-cost consultation
to explain your traffic citation, its possible consequences and how your
case can be effectively defended. With a DUI lawyer from our firm to assist
you, the impact on your driver's license may be minimized.
Common traffic offenses that we successfully defend are:
- Reckless Driving
- Charges for Aggressive Driving
Hit and Run or
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
DUI (including alcohol, drugs or their combination)
- Charges for no insurance or license and suspended registration
- Failure to Appear charges and warrants
- Following Too Closely
- Failure to Yield
- Stop-Sign and Traffic Signal charges
Review and Analysis of Your Case
The defense of your traffic offense begins with a full review and analysis
of all law enforcement evidence against you, utilizing our knowledge of
Georgia traffic laws. There are many proven defenses for traffic crimes
and a variety of ways to reach a favorable outcome and we are fully prepared
to represent you in court should that need arise. At times, the best solution
is to plead guilty to a lesser charge and reduce the possibility of points
being added to your driver's license.
Attorney Zeliff from our firm has practiced for over a decade in defending
Georgians against traffic charges and has twice been named as one of Georgia's
"Super Lawyers" and voted a "Rising Star" by his colleagues.
The Georgia Department of Driver Services assesses points against you
license based on the violation and what you were convicted of. This system
can be complex and difficult to navigate but we carefully walk you through
the process towards a positive conclusion to your charges.
Contact a traffic ticket attorney
to find out how to minimize the impact to your driver's license if
you are charged with a traffic offense.