Depending on the specifics of your case, a traffic ticket attorney can:
- Provide Free Advice. If you’re not certain whether or not your ticket requires legal assistance, talking to an attorney allows you to better understand your rights and your options. If your ticket is minor, there is likely no reason to pay a lawyer. If your ticket could have far-reaching consequences, however, it may be best to secure representation
- Negotiate Penalties. One of the primary jobs of a traffic ticket lawyer is negotiating penalties. This may include reducing fees and fines, keeping a ticket off of your driving record, or even having charges dismissed. If you are charged with DUI or an additional offense, your attorney may be necessary for helping you avoid jail time
- Represent You in Court. If your case goes to trial, you will want an attorney on your side who can stand up for your best interests and fight for the most acceptable outcome
It is always a good idea to speak with an attorney before you pay a ticket. There are often alternatives to paying the full amount – even if you have priors – along with ways to prevent additional penalties and long-term problems.
Why Choose Brown & Brown
Principal partner, Ed Brown, focuses his practice on criminal law. For the past 27 years, Attorney Brown and the criminal defense team at Brown & Brown have helped thousands of men and women beat or reduce traffic charges. We have the background, resources, understanding, and tenacity needed to see these cases through.
Do not assume you are without options when you are issued a ticket. There are serval ways an attorney can help save you money and time while helping to prevent future struggles. If you have been given a traffic ticket, we are here to review your case free of charge and obligation, provide you with honest information about your options, and help you choose the best path forward.