After getting a traffic ticket, many drivers will simply pay off their ticket and not give it a second thought. When you consider the fines associated with traffic violations and the fact that paying the ticket is accepting a court conviction, you may want to think about fighting your ticket.
Common Traffic Violations in California
- Represent you in court.
- Get your case dismissed.
- We keep points off your driving record.
- Fine reductions
- Lower the charges against you.
- Avoid driver’s license suspension or revocation.
- Dismiss or eliminate any possible negative effects of your ticket on your car insurance rates.
California uses a point system as a way of rating drivers. Points on your driving record represent:
- Driving violations for which you have been convicted.
- Car accidents for which you are found to be legally at-fault.
- The amount of points given for a conviction varies according to the violation
- Most minor traffic violation convictions will typically add 1 point to your record.
- Major violations, such as DUI and reckless driving, will generally come with a penalty of 2 points.
- Points on your driving record are significant. An excess of points will lead to the suspension of your driver’s license.