If you live in Cook County and find yourself facing a traffic-related legal issue, you should seek out representation to argue for your best interests. Paying the fine without contest or pleading guilty can have negative long-term effects, including suspension of your driver’s license. Cook County can assign you a lawyer to help you in matters such as speeding tickets, super-speeder, commercial driving violations, and DUIs.
Cook County Traffic Courts
The Cook County Cook County Probate Court is located in Adel, GA. The courts’ websites urge visitors to pay their fees online. Alternately, the websites contain forms for in-absentia filings for plea requests and requests for dismissal of charges. We at Kunes Law Office recommend that you contact us before paying a fine – which is an admission of guilt – or filing in absentia – with which we can assist. Call 229-382-4900, and we’ll help you with the wisest course of action for your legal circumstances.
Cook County Speeding Ticket
Pleading guilty to a speeding ticket can lead to heavy fines and even suspension of your driver’s license. Our attorneys at Kunes Law Office have extensive experience with both local and state laws governing speeding tickets. We can put our expertise to use to negotiate a fair payment or even successfully challenge the ticket in court. Before reacting to the speeding ticket or pleading no-contest, call our office at 229-382-4900.
Cook County Super Speeder
Georgia’s Super Speeder law flags drivers who have been convicted of driving more than 75 miles per hour in a two-lane road or 85 miles per hour on any other road. When a flagged super speeder is ticketed, the law adds $200 to the fine. Before paying the additional fee – or the original ticket – call our office at 229-382-4900 to discuss your case. Our attorneys will work to contest the ticket or work out a better deal to handle the ticket.
Cook County Commercial Driving Violations
Commercial drivers face steeper fees and penalties for traffic violations. Penalties for commercial drivers include suspension of the commercial driver’s license, job termination, heavy fines, higher insurance premiums, and imprisonment. In addition, commercial drivers are required by law to notify current and future employers of commercial driving violations. Because of the high stakes involved, having experienced and knowledgeable representation is vital for such cases. If you are a commercial driver who has been charged with a driving violation, call 229-382-4900 so we can work out a better outcome for you.