Traffic tickets seem ubiquitous. Most days we are on the street, we see at least one car pulled over by law enforcement for some type of moving violation. Unfortunately, sometimes that person pulled over is you.
Most traffic violations seem pretty simple. We just pay the fine and move on. Upon closer inspection, however, it may not be so simple. Paying a traffic fine is also an admission of guilt that results in a conviction being recorded in your driving record. A conviction can have long-term consequences including:
You may have options aside from paying the ticket. In some cases, driving school may be offered in lieu of conviction, while other charges can be successfully defended. Contact one of the lawyers at Ananin, Chermol, Khattar, Fishman, PLLC today to discuss your options.
As traffic tickets often seem like minor inconveniences, it can be easy to throw a citation in the glovebox or in a desk drawer and forget all about it. However, that neglected ticket will likely lead to a warrant being issued for your arrest, which comes with fees, fines, court dates, license revocation, and possible jail time. If you believe you have a warrant stemming from an outstanding traffic ticket, contact one of our experienced traffic ticket attorneys today.
There are a host of benefits that come with having a clean driving record, and if you have been issued a traffic ticket in the San Antonio area, an experienced traffic ticket attorney can help. For immediate assistance, please contact the experienced lawyers at Ananin, Chermol, Khattar, Fishman, PLLC. Call us at (866) MY1LAWYER or head to 1Lawyer.com and fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and get help as soon as possible.