No matter why you’ve been issued a ticket for speeding in New York, the consequences of a conviction could be severe. Many people don’t take their speeding tickets seriously, and they end up suffering for it later. A conviction for any ticket will lead to points on your driving record.
To make matters worse, your insurance company is sure to take notice, increasing your monthly premiums. You could lose your driving privileges if you receive too many points on your record, and in some cases, you could lose your job. Now is the time to learn how to plead not guilty to a New York speeding ticket.
The process of pleading not guilty to your speeding ticket is actually quite simple. There are three ways to plead not guilty and schedule a Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB) hearing:
Once your hearing is scheduled, you will simply attend court, bringing along whatever evidence you’ve gathered to prove that you’re not guilty of the traffic violation against you.
If you’re a little intimidated by the process of going to court for a traffic ticket, you aren’t the first. The legal system can be daunting, but that’s no reason not to try to avoid a conviction when help is available. The Law Office of James Medows fights and beats speeding tickets every day.
To speak with an attorney during a free initial consultation, all you have to do is call 917-856-1247. You can also complete the online contact form below.