The Point System In Georgia

In Georgia, traffic tickets can be given for almost anything. Tickets add points to your license, which could lead to license suspension if you accumulate too many points. In addition, your insurance rates will increase with each traffic violation.

These points can add up very quickly from unexpected incidents. For example, something as simple as not using your turn signal could be considered a traffic violation. While these actions may seem insignificant, receiving tickets for them is not.

We Will Tell You What To Expect

If you have recently received a traffic ticket, it is a wise idea to meet with a lawyer. Attorney Alfred Fargione can at least explain how the violation would affect you. Then we can take further action if challenging the ticket is the best option for you.

We are highly researched in Georgia's traffic laws and point system. You can trust our history of success fighting traffic tickets and ensuring our clients have full disclosure on their case.

Our firm is driven by a desire to defend people in legal situations that could have a negative impact on their lives. This means we work to build trust with our clients by setting realistic expectations and putting forth our full effort in every case we take.

Ask About Your Next Step

Georgia has a stricter license point system than many other states. We offer free consultations so we encourage you to ask us about a traffic violation to learn if you need to take further action. Please call 706-510-2802 or contact us online for an appointment.

We work with clients throughout Athens and the metro area.