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It might seem best to pay it, but understand that by doing so, you're pleading guilty to the charges against you and accepting a conviction. To avoid a conviction, you can hire a traffic ticket attorney.

Traffic Ticket Fines

With heavy fines and additional repercussions associated with traffic tickets in Texas, you should consider fighting your ticket with the help a traffic ticket attorney.

Why Hire a Traffic Ticket Attorney?
An experienced traffic ticket attorney in Texas can represent you in court and help you:

Avoid fines or have them lowered.
Get your charges dropped or reduced.
Avoid points on your driving record.
Avoid suspension of your driver's license.
Avoid an increase in your car insurance.
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Traffic Ticket Attorney
Do you know how to handle a traffic ticket? It might seem best to pay it, but understand that by doing so, you're pleading guilty to the charges against you and accepting a conviction. To avoid a conviction, you can hire a traffic ticket attorney.

Traffic Ticket Fines

With heavy fines and additional repercussions associated with traffic tickets in Denton County, you should consider fighting your ticket with the help a traffic ticket attorney.

Why Hire a Traffic Ticket Attorney?
An experienced traffic ticket attorney in Texas can represent you in court and help you:

Avoid fines or have them lowered.
Get your charges dropped or reduced.
Avoid points on your driving record.
Avoid suspension of your driver's license.
Avoid an increase in your car insurance.
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Contact Me as Soon as Possible for Best DUI Defense

If you are arrested for DWI and refuse to provide a specimen of your breath or blood, your license is subject to an Administrative License Revocation (ALR) and could be suspended for 180 days. If you refuse to provide a specimen upon request from the officer, regardless of whether they obtain a search warrant and eventually take a blood specimen, you have 15 days to request a hearing with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to try and prevent your suspension. A timely request for these hearings is important for two reasons. First, if the officer is subpoenaed and fails to appear, your license will not be suspended at that time. Second, if the officer does appear, it provides a great opportunity for your attorney to cross-examine the officer before trial. This second reason is extremely important because, in criminal defense, it is extremely rare to be able to conduct a deposition with an officer. Officers are typically not as prepared to testify at these hearings as they will be at trial.
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