Georgia Speeding Ticket Lawyers Fight Tickets
Georgia is considered one of the worst states in which to receive a speeding ticket according to drivers who travel frequently. The state of Georgia is known for multiple speed traps along many of the major freeways. Officers ticket drivers on less traveled highways and roads in many counties as well. All speeding tickets in Georgia are considered a criminal misdemeanor by state law. Each county and city sets the fine payment for a speeding ticket, or other moving traffic violation, within that area. Fine payments vary and can range in price from $50, to over $1000. The price is determined by how much over the speed limit you were caught speeding. Georgia speeding ticket lawyers can help protect your driving record from the damage a speeding ticket may cause.
Georgia law says you will be assessed $200 more in addition to the regular fine for the ticket if you are a Super Speeder. You are designated a Super Speeder if you are caught speeding 75+ mph on a 2 lane highway, or 85+ on a 4 lane highway. If you just pay a super speeder ticket and the ticket reports to the Georgia Department of Driver Services, you must pay that $200 fine within 120 days or you face license suspension. Don’t just pay the ticket without knowing your rights. Contact Ga traffic attorneys today for a free consultation, call 404-315-9936 24/7, or complete the free ticket review form on this website.
Georgia speeding ticket lawyers handle speeding ticket defense in the most courts across the state of Georgia. Lawyers fight the speed and points to protect your driving record and prevent your insurance rates from going up. If you are an out of state driver and receive a speeding ticket in Georgia, contact us for advice.
The violation for speeding is known as Georgia traffic code 40-6-181, the points assigned for speeding violations are below.
Points for Speeding Tickets
10 to 14 mph over the speed limit – 0 points. A ticket may report back to your home state if your driver’s license is from a state outside of Georgia
15 – 18 mph over the speed limit – 2 points
19 – 23 mph over the speed limit – 3 points
24 – 33 mph over the speed limit – 4 points
34 + mph over the speed limit – 6 points
If you are caught speeding in a construction zone, the fine payments can be higher. In some areas in Georgia the fine may be twice the price of a speeding ticket in a regular, non-construction zone. The points for speeding tickets received in a construction zone will be the same as those above.
Experienced GA Speeding Ticket Lawyers can fight to save your driver’s license from suspension if you are a driver under 21 years of age. Any speeding ticket or other moving traffic violation that is 4 points or more may cause, or contribute, to license suspension in a young driver. Drivers under 21 ticketed for speeding 24 mph over the limit or higher, can receive an automatic license suspension in many courts. Hiring a traffic defense lawyer in Georgia also helps to prevent what could be a traumatic experience for an under 21-year-old driver.
Speeding Tickets for Commercial Drivers (CDL)
If you have a commercial driver’s license, a Georgia speeding ticket defense lawyer can assist in fighting the points and getting the violation reduced to either a non-moving, or basic rules violation. Our Georgia traffic ticket law firm has extensive experience protecting commercial driver’s driving records in the unfortunate event of a speeding ticket or other moving violation. We have handled hundreds of CDL violations for commercial drivers since 2007.
A total of 15 points in a 2-year period will suspend your driver’s license in Georgia. If you think you have accumulated too many points and receive a speeding ticket, be sure to check your driving record before paying the ticket. You could unknowingly suspend your driver’s license if the points add up to 15. Call Georgia Speeding Ticket Lawyers today at 404-315-9936 for a free consultation. We fight the speed and points for you and usually we can appear in court without having you appear.