Traffic Ticket

Worried because of your Traffic Ticket or Suspended License?

If you have recently got a Traffic Ticket, be patient. We will help you to successfully fight your traffic ticket in less than a dollar per day. It takes a week to 10 days after your ticket; your local Traffic Court will have your ticket ready for processing. Once it has been processed, but before your appearance date, you can do one of the following:

  • Plead guilty by paying the fines and fees
  • Plead not guilty and request a trial date before a Traffic Court judge

Our expert traffic ticket lawyers will help you to fight traffic ticket and in case you need immediate assistance of best accident/traffic violation lawyer he/she is right there to help you. Our network of top traffic law attorneys extends close to your area to provide you complete assistance in fighting traffic violation ticket in less than a dollar per day.


Driving because of its inherent dangers has to be regulated strictly by the state driving laws and one or the other time, we all fall victim of our own carelessness or somebody else’s negligence. Be it our mistake or someone else’s, if we are involved, there are high chances that we may be charged up with traffic tickets.


Our top attorneys will help you to beat your traffic ticket and discuss whether or not you’re eligible to have the citation dismissed.

And if you’re planning to defend your speeding ticket, we’ll tell you how to schedule your court appearance, and look up portions of your state’s vehicle code for more information about your citation. Our attorney can help you save 1000s of dollars and at the same time help you to get back on the road instantly if your driving/driver’s license is being suspended. If you are caught driving without a license or driving on a suspended license, worry not our best traffic court lawyer will take care of your problems.


This simple free traffic ticket online application form will help you to get connected with the top traffic lawyers of your state and that also at less than a dollar per day.


What is a Traffic Ticket?

A Traffic Ticket is a notification that one has committed a minor legal infraction, for which a fine must be paid, and/or an appearance in court must be made. Typically this means a parking ticket for parking in an unlawful manner or allowing a parking meter to expire, or a ticket for a moving violation such as speeding.


A Ticket Trap is where police deliberately set up in a place where motorists are likely to break the law, even if just on a technicality. This may include places where the speed limit is set too low (called a speed trap), or where there is an intersection with an awkward or confusing design.


Often, this is used to earn extra money for a municipality, such as a poor rural town or county. This is also often illegal under the laws of the state, province, or other jurisdiction the municipality is under.


The Traffic Ticket “Points” System

Based on the seriousness of the offense each state’s motor vehicle department use point system to keep track of driving offences of all the licensed drivers in the state. More serious offence has higher points while less serious offences have lower points. For example, in one state, failure to come to a complete stop at a stop sign might be worth two points, while driving thirty miles per hour over the posted speed limit might be valued at four points.


Each state has its own point system that means failure to come to a complete stop at a stop sign might be worth two points in one state while 4 points in some other state.


Below is mentioned the relative values that might be assigned by a particular state, based on the seriousness of the offense. The list is not exhaustive.


Six Points

  • Manslaughter, negligent homicide, or another felony involving the use of a motor vehicle
  • Operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Failing to stop and give identification at the scene of an accident
  • Reckless driving
  • Unlawful blood-alcohol content (BAC) level
  • Refusal to take a chemical test
  • Fleeing or eluding a police officer


Four Points

  • Drag racing
  • Impaired driving
  • Any blood-alcohol level in a driver under twenty-one years of age
  • Sixteen miles per hour or more over the legal speed limit
  • Failure to yield to an emergency vehicle


Three Points

  • Careless driving
  • Disobeying a traffic signal or stop sign or improper passing
  • Eleven to fifteen miles per hour over the legal speed limit
  • Failure to stop at a railroad crossing
  • Failure to stop for a school bus or disobeying a school crossing guard


Two Points

  • Ten miles per hour or less over the legal speed limit
  • All other moving violations of traffic laws
  • Refusal of breath test for alcohol content by a driver under twenty-one years of age


What is a Traffic Ticket | Moving Violation | Speeding Ticket | DUI/ DWI Drunk Driving