Paying off a ticket before your court date will almost certainly cost you more money in the form of possible car insurance rate increases and / or court costs and fines. When you pay off a ticket before the court date, you are admitting to whatever the police officer said you did.
Going to traffic court and representing yourself is time consuming: you will have to go through security at the courthouse, either leave your cell phone in your car or check it in a locker outside the courthouse, be seated in the courtroom no later than 8:30 a.m., sit through the entire courtroom docket call, wait for your case to be called, discuss your case with the District Attorney (who represents the interests of the State, NOT your interests), and then try to resolve your case that day according to what the District Attorney told you was the best deal ... and then you may even have to come back to court another day to fully resolve your case.
Let Medlin Townsend, PLLC handle your traffic cases:
- We will consult with you throughout the process of handling your case from beginning to end;
- We will save you time by keeping up with your court date and appearing in court for you;
- We will fight for you by negotiating the best outcome for your case with the District Attorney.
Traffic cases in which we are skilled:
- Driving While Impaired (DWI)
- Reckless Driving
- Driving While License Revoked
- No Operator's License
- Hit and Run
- Stop Sign / Stop Light Violation
- No Registration
- No Insurance
- Child Restraint Violation
- Seatbelt Violation
- And many others