Protect Your License After A Traffic Violation

While a moving violation may seem minor compared to other crimes, you still may risk losing your license. For many people, this can make it difficult or impossible to get to work, and if you drive for a living, losing your license could mean losing your livelihood.

If you have been charged with a traffic violation in Georgia, attorney Mitch Durham can help you avoid a license suspension, fees or other penalties.

With 30 years of experience as a criminal defense lawyer, Mr. Durham can help you with a full range of charges involving traffic violations, including:

  • General traffic tickets
  • Speeding tickets
  • Reckless driving
  • Serious injury by vehicle
  • Homicide by vehicle
  • Aggressive driving and road rage
  • Open container law violations

A Knowledgeable Attorney Can Help

Depending on your record, it may be possible to have the charges reduced or possibly dismissed. If you have lost your license, there may be an opportunity to obtain a limited driving permit or to reinstate your driving privileges. If you are facing more serious charges, the best possible outcome may mean reduced fines and jail time.

Even if this is a repeat offense, Mitch Durham can work on your behalf to explore all of your options and help you arrive at a more favorable outcome. He draws on a thorough knowledge of criminal law and the court systems in Cobb County and across Georgia to negotiate on your behalf.

Call For A Free Consultation

For a free initial consultation, contact attorney Mitch Durham in Marietta by calling 770-427-0743. Our firm accepts credit card payments.