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A Successful Traffic Ticket Defense
My client was charged with failure to yield when she ran a stop sign and hit another driver. The client had a clean record.
Because of the accident the authorities were initially unwilling to deal. However, when it was pointed out that the defendant stopped, admitted to liability, and didn’t give the officer any trouble it was agreed that the defendant deserved a break. The problem was points. Being unable to find a moving violation that had no points the parties agreed to add two counts of improper equipment and dismissal of the failure to yield. The failure to yield ticket was $250.00, entry on the master driving record, and two points. The two added counts were a total of $220.00, no entry on the master driving record, and no points. My client was quite pleased with the outcome.
It does pay to have an attorney with you on traffic ticket matters. Please call (248) 432-1612 for a free consultation about a ticket.