Getting a traffic citation is such a routine part of driving that many people think it's best to just pay the fine and avoid the bother of fighting it in court. But as many drivers have found, that's not always the best move to make. Law enforcement officers can make mistakes; getting a ticket doesn't mean you're guilty. And because paying a traffic ticket in Alabama means getting points on your license, your driver's license can be suspended after just a few tickets.
Tim Fleming can help. He is an experienced Alabama criminal defense lawyer with extensive experience in DUI defense and other traffic violations. He defends clients in Mobile and throughout Alabama who want to fight their tickets for:
Losing a driver's license isn't just an inconvenience for many people; it's a radical lifestyle change that can cost them jobs, cause trouble at home and interfere with their personal lives. Reinstating it when the time is up is a bureaucratic hassle that costs $100 to $300. And whether you lose your license or not, points on your license will cost you when it's time to renew your auto insurance. Insurance companies remember the points on your license no matter how long ago you got them, so enough points can cause your insurance bills to skyrocket.
If you're facing the serious financial and personal consequences of a traffic ticket, don't plead guilty without calling TIm Fleming for a free consultation. He has handled many, many DUI cases and other traffic violations, so he understands how important it is to provide a vigorous, thorough defense to a traffic citation. He can explain your rights and your legal options; help you contest your ticket; and protect your driver's license. And because Tim Fleming offers free initial consultations, there's no pressure and no risk to speaking to him about the best course of action in your case.
If you or someone you care about is fighting a traffic ticket in Alabama, call Tim Fleming today for a free consultation at (251) 304-0888.