Long Island Speeding Ticket Attorney

Don't Just Pay Your Ticket - Fight it

Speeding - Traffic Offenses

Have you received a speeding ticket that you want to challenge? Speeding carries high demerit points in New York, and getting one or two speeding tickets per year can put you very near the threshold that triggers an automatic suspension of your driver's license. You only need to accumulate 11 points in 18 months before your license is revoked.

Our Long Island criminal defense lawyers here at Prime & O'Brien, LLP have been aggressively fighting traffic tickets for our clients for more than 20 years. We know that the methods used to calculate speeding violations are not always accurate and that there are many variables that could impact accurate readings. Challenging speeding tickets is something we do on a routine basis.

Traffic Ticket Lawyer in Nassau County, NY

On expressways, many people travel 20 mph over the speed limit if conditions are safe. Getting a ticket for travelling 20 mph over the limit will result in 4 points. If you accumulate three speeding tickets within 18 months, your driving privileges will be suspended for 6 months, points not being a factor in this case.

Of course, speeding tickets and the resulting points will cause your insurance premiums to increase. You should never simply plead guilty and pay a speeding ticket. You could be jeopardizing your future ability to drive if you are ticketed for other traffic violations within the 18 month period.

Fighting Your Speeding Ticket Case

Contact us with your ticket problems and let us deal with it. We challenge speeding tickets with the intention of getting them dismissed. If that isn't possible, we will work tirelessly to have the ticket reduced so it has as little impact as possible on your driving record. We look forward to helping fight this ticket.

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