Can’t I Just Pay the Ticket and Move On?

Life is busy. The last thing anyone wants is to make something more of a hassle than it needs to be. It’s understandable that many people want to cut a check and make their traffic ticket disappear as soon as possible.

I’ll be honest with you: in some cases, it is fine to pay for your ticket and move on with the rest of your life. However, not all tickets or outcomes are created equal. There are circumstances where you not only should seek the help of a lawyer, but failing to do so could cost you additional expenses, potential loss of license, and create long-term complications for your professional and personal life.

Do You Drive For a Living?

If you make your living behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, it is crucial to do everything you can to avoid having traffic offenses go on your record. Losing your driving privileges would not only be inconvenient, it would have terrible ramifications on your household budget. This applies to you if you are a CDL holder, bus driver, taxi driver, rideshare driver (Uber or Lyft), delivery driver, or drive a company vehicle.

The Benefits of Hiring a Traffic Lawyer

Leaving your case in the hands of a lawyer can provide you with peace of mind knowing that your ticket will be handled professionally and correctly. It may be possible to have the ticket dismissed or achieve a reduction in the penalties you face in many situations.

Do you need a traffic lawyer? The first step is discussing your situation with an experienced traffic defense lawyer who can examine your circumstances, determine your legal exposure, and explain your defense options. Call 262-719-4442 today to get started.