Atlanta Traffic Defense Lawyer
If you’ve been pulled over and received a citation for a traffic offense, we are the people for you! It takes an experienced traffic court attorney to fight a ticket for you. It is not as simple as one may think, and it is often too complex for a lay person to accomplish.
Traffic tickets carry a fine of $15 to $1000, anywhere from 0 to 6 points on your driving record, and you could have your license suspended. We can help you keep the points off your record, try and reduce/eliminate the fine amount, and keep your license.
Often times after hiring us, YOU DON’T EVEN NEED TO SHOW UP TO COURT!
If you have a CDL and get a traffic ticket, you’re case is automatically more intricate. It becomes imperative that you hire an attorney to help you keep your CDL and your job!
If you were caught Driving with a Suspended License or Driving Without a License it too is imperative that you hire an attorney to keep you out of jail and/or keep your license.
First thing you need to know about getting a DUI is that it’s okay. You’re life is not over, it’s not uncommon, especially with the Georgia laws, we can help!
When it comes to hiring a DUI lawyer, it is important to hire someone with the knowledge of handling DUIs in the past and the capabilities and endurance to see your case through. Matthew Enslein is such a lawyer. He has a top-notch working relationship with prosecutors, which allows for full cooperation in finding a suitable resolution. However, at any given time, Mr. Enslein is prepared to go to trial for you. We won’t let you get railroaded by the courts. We won’t charge you an arm and a leg to handle your case. We WILL fight for you, and ensure the best client driven results possible.
The FIRST thing you need to do is hire an attorney RIGHT AWAY. Just by being arrested for DUI, your driving privileges are usually automatically suspended. However, it doesn’t have to stay that way. By hiring Mr. Enslein within a few days after your arrest, he can help you request an Administrative License Suspension hearing. You must do so within 10 days of the incident date.
Whether you refused to take a blood, breathe or urine test or you took one of these tests and your result is 0.08 or greater, you have only 10 days to request an administrative hearing. If you do not do this, your driver’s license can be suspended for one year.
If any of the following scenarios sound familiar, the 10-Day Rule applies to you:
- You took one of the tests and your Blood Alcohol Content was over .08
- You refused to take any of the three tests
- You tried to take the tests, but the police officers stated that you “refused”
- Your Blood Alcohol Content was .02 or higher and you were under age 21
- Your Blood Alcohol content was .04 or higher and you have a CDL
- You were never told what your Blood Alcohol Content was
If you fit into any of these scenarios, call us immediately! You do not have to give up!