Gwinnett County Traffic Crimes Lawyers
Helping Clients Fight Tickets in Walton & Clarke Counties
In Georgia, a traffic violation is a misdemeanor crime. What some people don’t realize is that these violations are reported to your insurance company and the Department of Driver’s Services, which can impact your ability to drive, your insurance rates, and even your employment. At Crawford and Boyle, LLC, our traffic crimes attorneys in Gwinnett County represent clients throughout Walton and Clarke Counties.
Reasons to Contact an Attorney
There are a few reasons to fight traffic violations and contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to represent you in court. Many people hire an attorney to protect their driving history, prevent license suspension, and minimize the impact of the ticket on their insurance rates. This is especially important for individuals with a commercial driver’s license or those whose employment depends on a clean driving record.
Get Help with All Types of Traffic Offenses
While the vast majority of traffic crimes are misdemeanors, some are far more serious than others. Most traffic violations result in fines or license suspension, but some convictions can result in a jail sentence. For example, if you are charged with driving under the influence (DUI), hit and run, or fleeing and attempting to elude, you may be facing time in jail or on probation.
We commonly handle traffic violations, such as:
- DUI serious injury
- Driving with a suspended license
- Fleeing or attempting to allude
- Reckless driving
- Hit and run
- Following too closely
- Georgia’s Super Speeder Law
- Commercial trucking violations
- Under 21 traffic offenses
Our Gwinnett County traffic crimes lawyers offer free consultations by telephone or in person. We can evaluate your case and explain your options, so you can make the best decision for your situation. We work hard to protect your best interests and resolve your case.
Contact our office at (678) 726-5400 to schedule an appointment for a free consultation.
Abuse or Neglect of a Disabled Person DISMISSAL
Aggravated Assault REDUCED
Aggravated Assault DISMISSED
Criminal Damage to Property DISMISSED
Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Trespass DISMISSED
Drug Possession SEIZURE OVERTURNED
Drug Possession DISMISSED
Drug Trafficking DISMISSED