Paying Your Speeding Ticket Is The Same As Pleading Guilty
While many drivers simply pay their speeding ticket fine, it is important to understand the full range of consequences associated with speeding tickets.
If you automatically pay your speeding ticket or other traffic citation, the court will notify the DMV. The DMV uses a point system to track traffic violations. If too many points are added to your record, you risk a hike in automobile insurance premiums and/or loss of your driver’s license.
Helping You Mitigate Penalties Associated With Your Traffic Citation
For more than 25 years, I — lawyer Craig P. Tiller — have been defending individuals in Lynchburg and those in central Virginia with all types of traffic citations. At my law office, Craig P. Tiller, Esq. PLLC, I represent drivers facing a wide variety of traffic violations, including:
- Failure to stop at red lights
- Reckless driving charges
- Hit-and-run (leaving the scene of an accident)
- Driving without insurance
- Driving with a suspended license
I also represent commercial drivers charged with traffic offenses in Virginia protect their commercial drivers’ licenses (CDLs).
Find Out What Options Are Available For Your Situation
Whether you want to preserve your driving privilege, avoid paying a steep fine, or wish to maintain a clear criminal record, I can help.
Depending on the circumstances, I might be able to get your charges reduced or dismissed completely. In some cases, many of my clients do not even have to go to court.