You’re a busy person, so getting a speeding ticket is just an annoyance. So – write the check, mail it in, and be done with it, right? That’s what nine out of ten people cited for moving violations do.
Wrong. Even if you can afford the ticket, there are reasons to consider fighting it.
The nine of ten who shrug and write the check wind up paying more, and suffering worse consequences. Principally:
In short, you must realize that getting a ticket is a bigger deal than it used to be. The money municipalities and counties rake in from tickets is critical to their revenue. You received a ticket in part because local government needs the money.
The process has been automated by cameras that spot you running a red, or speed guns that clock you driving too fast.
Level the playing field by working with a Rochester-area lawyer who knows the law and knows how to minimize the pain the law can administer.
Call the Law Office of James L. Riotto — 866-772-2122.
James L. Riotto is an accomplished criminal defense attorney serving clients in New York. With an extensive background in law enforcement and criminal prosecution, his approach to each case is unique and informed by years of experience with the New York criminal justice system. As a graduate from Albany Law School and before going on to start his own practice, James worked at the Albany County District Attorney's Office, where he helped prosecute many DWI offenses. His inside knowledge of the tactics used to gain convictions provides him with a particular advantage when defending against DUI and other criminal charges.
About Attorney Adam Staier has spent the last seven years practicing criminal defense law throughout upstate New York and the Capital Region. He began his legal career through internships in civil law, indigent legal representation and federal energy law regulation. Finding a passion in criminal law, Mr. Staier held internships handling both prosecution and defense…