Our Practice – Why Hire a Traffic Ticket Attorney?

We can make the difference between getting a warning and paying fines or having your drivers license suspended. Traffic ticket attorneys have the legal knowledge, credentials, and background to help

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After getting a traffic ticket, many drivers will simply pay off their ticket and not give it a second thought. When you consider the fines associated with traffic violations and the fact that paying the ticket is accepting a court conviction, you may want to think about fighting your ticket.

Dealing with court procedures and legal matters can be confusing. Fortunately, knowledgeable and experienced traffic ticket attorneys are available to help you in your fight.

Common Traffic Violations in California


Failure to stop at a red light.

Improper lane changes.

Reckless driving

Following too closely

Failure to stop at a railroad crossing

(DUI) – Driving Under the Influence

  • Represent you in court.
  • Get your case dismissed.
  • We keep points off your driving record.
  • Fine reductions
  • Lower the charges against you.
  • Avoid driver’s license suspension or revocation.
  • Dismiss or eliminate any possible negative effects of your ticket on your car insurance rates.

California uses a point system as a way of rating drivers. Points on your driving record represent:

  • Driving violations for which you have been convicted.
  • Car accidents for which you are found to be legally at-fault.
  • The amount of points given for a conviction varies according to the violation
  • Most minor traffic violation convictions will typically add 1 point to your record.
  • Major violations, such as DUI and reckless driving, will generally come with a penalty of 2 points.
  • Points on your driving record are significant. An excess of points will lead to the suspension of your driver’s license.