Orange County Speeding Ticket Attorney
Fight Your Speeding Ticket
All across the State of Florida law enforcement officers issue a flood of speeding tickets that serve to generate a huge amount of revenue for the local and state governments. Much of that money is paid by drivers who simply pay their fine and admit their guilt. This adds points that result in increased insurance premiums. There is another way. You can appear in court and plead “not guilty”. While it may seem going to court is an inconvenience there is a very good possibility your ticket could be reduced and, in some cases, even dismissed. In fact, you don’t have to be the one who goes to court to fight your ticket. Call an Orange County traffic ticket lawyer at The Ticket Team to find out more.
If we represent you in court you don’t need to appear. We are prepared to challenge the evidence and testimony of the arresting officer and fight to get your ticket dismissed. We can also work with the court and the officer (who acts as the prosecutor) to attempt to get the ticket reduced to a lesser charge to lower the penalties. Even with a reduced charge your total cost including our fees is often much less than the original amount you would have paid by sending it in.
Speeding Ticket Lawyer Serving Orange County
Florida law enforcement uses a wide variety of devices and systems to spot speeders including:
- Pacing (following the suspected speeder and watching the speedometer)
- Overhead aerial spotters (plane or helicopter) calling an officer on the ground
- Direct observation by a police officer
What can often be shown in court is that none of these systems is entirely reliable and equipment such as laser and radar devices can be miscalibrated or incorrectly used. Challenging the evidence and questioning the officer can result in a reduction of the charges or even having them dismissed. We have helped many clients get their tickets thrown out or reduced to lesser charges simply by showing up and pleading “not guilty”. Call us today for a free consultation.
Contact an Orange County speeding ticket attorney to learn how we can help you fight your ticket in traffic court. Save money and avoid getting unnecessary points against your license.