Traffic Tickets, Speeding Tickets & DUI
Traffic Ticket, Speeding Ticket, DUI Attorney & Lawyer
Do you need an attorney or lawyer to defend your traffic tickets or speeding tickets?
Don’t incur points against your driver’s license unless it is absolutely necessary. The cost of representation is often less than the cost of paying the ticket. Always factor in the possible increase in insurance premiums or the possibility of having your insurance revoked. Don’t lose your Commercial Drivers License (CDL), without first consulting an attorney.
Experience suggests that people who attempt to “handle” their traffic tickets often compromise their case(s). The driver may be disorganized about the version of events or may discuss insignificant details, harming his or her case. Consequently, call Kevin Panahi immediately after you receive your ticket and prior to your first court appearance.
You do not need a lawyer for a traffic ticket, but an attorney will be able to argue and get a lower fine, which can make a huge difference in how much you pay for the ticket. A lawyer can also help get the case dismissed and the ticket thrown out which will help your insurance rates stay put and you wouldn’t need to attend traffic school, although for the case of DUI or injury, getting an injury lawyer, such as Chad Stavley, is the best option for this.
Mitchell Berryman has represented people throughout the state of Kentucky, with most of his cases being in Central and Eastern Kentucky, including, but not limited to, the City of Winchester in Clark County; the City of Mt. Sterling in Montgomery County; the City of Stanton in Powell County; the City of Richmond in Madison County; the City of Paris in Bourbon County; the City of Lexington in Fayette County; the City of Irvine in Estill County; the City of Georgetown in Scott County; the City of Versailles in Woodford County; and the City of Frenchburg in Menifee County.