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What Are the Consequences of Impersonating a Police Officer?

By Hawkins Spizman |

Many of us have tried to talk our way out of a traffic ticket. Especially here in Georgia, where traffic offenses are charged as misdemeanors, this approach may seem worth the effort. A more effective approach, however, is to work with an experienced Atlanta traffic ticket lawyer who can negotiate a plea agreement with… Read More »

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How Do Traffic Ticket “Points” Work in Georgia?

By Hawkins Spizman |

Anytime a driver is convicted of a traffic ticket offense in Georgia, a certain number of “points” can be added to their license. These points are essentially a penalty for the ticket (on top of any fine). If you obtain multiple tickets over time, these points can accumulate and eventually lead to additional sanctions…. Read More »

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Traffic Violations In Georgia

By Hawkins Spizman |

Many drivers in Georgia have gotten traffic tickets for some reason or another. Maybe they were speeding or they ran a stop sign. Perhaps they were driving with a suspended license, expired registration, or no insurance. These traffic violations can affect your ability to drive. You could get points assessed on your license or… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About License Points in Georgia

By Hawkins Spizman |

Points on a driver’s license aren’t something unique to Georgia. Most, if not every, state in the country has adopted a system of points. As they add up, points on a license can result in a suspension or revocation. If you live in Georgia, knowing how your points can add up and exactly what… Read More »

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Georgia’s New Distracted Driving Law: What’s Legal and What’s Not?

By Hawkins Spizman |

A new Georgia distracted driving law takes effect in July, and you need to know about it. Break the law, and you could be handed a hefty citation by a local law enforcement officer. House Bill 673 makes it a requirement that anyone behind the wheel uses hands-free technology when using their cell phone… Read More »

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