Speeding

Speeding traffic tickets are given as a result of drivers violating the rules of the road and exceeding the speed limit. Speed limit laws may fall into two categories. One set of laws may set specific limits for different types of roads. For example, there are different maximum speed limits on state highways, residential streets and in school zones. Another set of laws related to speed may require a driver to operate his vehicle at a safe speed depending on conditions that exist at a particular time. For instance, driving at the posted speed limit may result in a ticket because weather conditions don’t warrant driving at this speed. Receiving a speeding traffic ticket can result in fines, points added to ones driving record, increased insurance rates and even incarceration if others have been injured or killed.

A civil traffic infraction is a non-criminal charge such as a speeding violation, that can usually be disposed of by payment of a civil penalty or an election to attend a defensive driving school course. A court appearance is not required, except in cases were the violation involves an accident with serious bodily injury or fatality to another.

After you receive a speeding traffic ticket, it is advised to hire an experienced traffic violation attorney to help you reduce or eliminate the penalties of the citation. Call the Law Offices of Jorge L. Gonzalez, P.A. at (305) 227-4700 (Miami), or (305) 888-7177 (Hialeah).

 
 

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