Reasons to Fight Your Traffic Ticket
Court Appearance

If you have received a traffic ticket or misdemeanor and decide to fight it yourself rather than accept a conviction, you may have to miss work or school to spend hours in court. You will also be subject to court fees and your ticket fines as well. With our help, you can avoid court completely and we can appear in court for you to handle your ticket.

We can fight your ticket for you

We will represent you in court so that you will not be required to appear. Our goal is to keep the traffic ticket violation or misdemeanor off your record. In many cases, we may be able to obtain all of the information needed to handle your ticket with a simple phone call or email.

Higher Insurance Rates

Being convicted of a traffic violation such as a speeding ticket will tarnish your driving record and raise a red flag to your auto insurance company that you have become a greater risk to insure. This can lead to higher insurance premiums that, over time, can far exceed the amount of your traffic ticket fine. If you are convicted of a crime, you will carry a criminal record that can effect future employment or education opportunities.

Points added to your driving record

The state of Texas uses a point system to rate your driving and keep track of your driving record. If you are convicted of a traffic violation, points may be added to your driving record. When the maximum point limit is reached, your license will be suspended or revoked.

Driver’s License Suspension

Convictions for certain types of traffic tickets, or too many traffic tickets, can lead to full revocation of your driver’s license.

Arrest Warrants

If you fail to appear in court after being issued a traffic ticket, you will most likely be issued a warrant resulting in your arrest. We can prevent this from happening, or if you already have outstanding warrants, we can work with the court to have them cleared.