FAQ: Speeding Tickets
I received a speeding ticket. Do I fight it or should I just pay it?
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Wisconsin operates under a point system for traffic offenses. For example, a speeding ticket typically carries with it between 3 and 6 points. If you are convicted of speeding, those points will be counted against you. If you acquire 12 or more points in one year, your driver’s license will be suspended and you will eventually have to pay a reinstatement fee before you can get your license back.
If you hire an attorney to fight your speeding tickets, an experienced traffic defense lawyer like Christopher Glinski will likely be able to get your speeding ticket amended to a non-moving violation. A non-moving violation carries zero points and typically a fine that is much less than the fine for speeding. In addition, a non-moving violation does not affect your car insurance rates. Speeding tickets or other moving violations can greatly affect your car insurance rates, causing your insurance rates to skyrocket.
As an added bonus, if you hire an attorney to fight your speeding tickets, you will not need to appear in court because your attorney will appear on your behalf. Thus, you will not need to take time off of work or sit for hours at the courthouse waiting for your case to be called.
For more information, see Glinski Law Office’s speeding ticket legal services.
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