Protect yourself from higher insurance rates, points on your license, and a bad driving record.
If you plead guilty or simply pay the fine as instructed by the courtesy notice provided by the court, you will pay the maximum fine allowed by law and a conviction will be recorded on your public DMV record for a period of five to ten years. A conviction on your record will increase your insurance rate by any average of $500 per year for three to five years.
If you retain us at sandiegotraffictickets.com, an attorney in conjunction with the Law Offices of Elizabeth Aronson will plead you ‘not guilty’ and obtain a trial date. At trial, we will fight to have your ticket dismissed. If you win, you pay no fine, do not have to attend traffic school, and will have no conviction on your DMV record. The attorney fee for doing so is only $50. No other hidden fee or cost. This is substantially less than what you would have to pay had you simply pled guilty and is less than the cost of taking off of work only to stand in line only to be told you must return on a second date for trial.
If we are unable to obtain a dismissal of the ticket, then the vast majority of the time, we will be able to have the fine and/or charges reduced. If eligible, we will further ensure that you be allowed to attend traffic school to keep the point off your record. Best of all, you need not make any appearance in court. We would have done all the work for you.