Speeding Tickets

Whether you're going five or 15 miles per hour over the speed limit, the fine can be expensive. Not to mention that for the thousands of drivers who get caught speeding daily, the price can often include additional points on their licenses, which can lead to higher insurance costs. If you are issued a speeding ticket, don't waste any more time searching for an attorney.




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