Speeding Tickets

Speeding tickets in San Antonio have variable fine rates and some tickets can be very expensive depending upon the following factors:

  • Speed Limit
  • Vehicle Speed
  • School zone, construction zone, etc.

Paying your speeding ticket fine directly to the court will result in a guilty plea and a conviction on your driving record. Because it is a moving violation, a speeding ticket can have effects far beyond the immediate ticket fine. You may be subject to:

  • Increased points on your driving record which can lead to your license being suspended.
  • Your insurance premiums rising be hundreds, or even thousands of dollars over the life of your policy.
  • Spending hours in court, ticket fines, and court fees if you decide to fight the ticket yourself.

Many people have hired us to take care of their speeding tickets, and we do so without our clients having to appear in court. In most cases we can:

  • Keep the speeding ticket from appearing as a conviction on your record.
  • Minimize any court imposed penalties.
  • Save you from missing work or school to spend hours in court.

Call us to ask any questions you may have about:

  • Speeding ticket fines
  • How to fight and beat a speeding ticket
  • How to pay a speeding ticket
  • Traffic ticket court
  • Other traffic violation fines

We pride ourselves on taking care of our clients and making this process as easy and pain-free as possible. When you hire our firm, we will personally go to court for you to fight and beat your ticket!

Red Light Tickets

Due to the installation of red light cameras, red light tickets are becoming much more prevalent in San Antonio. If you get a red light ticket, the heavy ticket fines you are assessed may not be the only problem you encounter. Points on your driving record and higher insurance rates are some of the possible consequences of getting a red-light ticket.

Getting out of a red light ticket may be challenging. There is no longer any need for an officer to be present at the intersection. Some intersections have cameras that take pictures of the passing vehicle and an officer will review them later to determine whether the violation actually took place. The cameras provide the officer with the license place, date, time of the offense, vehicle speed and the amount of time elapsed after the light turned red. Drivers usually receive their ticket in the mail within 14 days, along with pictures of the license plate and a photo of the driver. This can make it appear very difficult impossible to beat a red light ticket in San Antonio court.

If you get a red light ticket or any other traffic ticket, contact our office for a free phone consultation. If you hire out firm we will fight your ticket, attempt to get it dismissed or have the penalties lessened, and protect your driving record.

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CDL Tickets

If you drive for a living, then you depend on your commercial driver’s license (CDL) for your livelihood. A conviction on your driving record can keep you off the road and put your career in serious jeopardy. Let us assist you in this delicate matter and fight to keep your driving record clean.

We will personally fight to have your ticket dismissed.
If you are still charged with a ticket, we will work to reach a settlement so that the charges will not appear as a conviction on your driving record.
If the conviction happens to appear on your record, we will do all that we can to minimize the amount of points on your driving record.
Our main objective is to keep you on the road. Don’t let a traffic ticket get in the way.

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Warrants

We can look up your warrants for you. If you are not sure if you have warrants or not, don’t wait any longer. Call us at (210) 308-8811 or fill out the web form on the right side of this page. None of your information will be shared with law enforcement.

For many traffic violations, once you are cited you are required to sign your ticket. Signing it is not a plea of guilt. It simply means that you are promising to appear in San Antonio court by a certain day and time. You may plead guilty and pay your fine which may include court costs and affect your insurance premiums but there will be no need to appear in the court any more. However, if you wish to plead not guilty and fight to protect your driving record, you should appear in court (we can do this for you). If you do not appear in San Antonio Court, the court may issue a failure to appear warrant for your arrest.

Clearing a warrant from your DMV record can be lengthy and frustrating procedure. If you have a warrant in your name and you get pulled over for any traffic violation, whether you are guilty or not, there is a chance of being arrested.

Failure to Appear (FTA) warrants are considered misdemeanors. These warrants will appear on any background check. The points of a Failure to Appear warrant may remain on your record for years and the warrant may be active on your record until you appear in court.

It is important to handle Failure to Appear warrants as soon as possible. With a Failure to Appear warrant on your record, the effects can be far-reaching. It can affect future job opportunities, loan applications and even welfare aid. When your insurance company finds out about the warrant, they could raise your rates substantially. In some cases, insurance coverage might even be cancelled by your carrier. Our experience can help you clear your warrants while you avoid court and possible arrest.

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Why are warrants issued?

For many traffic violations, once you are cited you are required to sign your ticket. Signing it is not a plea of guilt. It simply means that you are promising to appear in San Antonio court by a certain day and time. You may plead guilty and pay your fine which may include court costs and affect your insurance premiums but there will be no need to appear in the court any more. However, if you wish to plead not guilty and fight to protect your driving record, you should appear in court (we can do this for you). If you do not appear in San Antonio Court, the court may issue a failure to appear warrant for your arrest.

Clearing Warrants in San Antonio

Clearing a warrant from your DMV record can be lengthy and frustrating procedure. If you have a warrant in your name and you get pulled over for any traffic violation, whether you are guilty or not, there is a chance of being arrested.

Failure to Appear Warrants

Failure to Appear (FTA) warrants are considered misdemeanors. These warrants will appear on any background check. The points of a Failure to Appear warrant may remain on your record for years and the warrant may be active on your record until you appear in court.

It is important to handle Failure to Appear warrants as soon as possible. With a Failure to Appear warrant on your record, the effects can be far-reaching. It can affect future job opportunities, loan applications and even welfare aid. When your insurance company finds out about the warrant, they could raise your rates substantially. In some cases, insurance coverage might even be cancelled by your carrier. Our experience can help you clear your warrants while you avoid court and possible arrest.