Warrants Failure to Appear
Failure to Appear in Court
Atlanta, Georgia, Lawyer Handling Warrants for Traffic Violations and Non-Compliance With the Terms of a Plea Previously Entered Into
When you fail to handle your Georgia traffic violations or comply with the terms of a plea bargain previously entered into, the eventual serious consequences may become impossible to ignore. If you have received a DDS notice that your driver's license will be suspended or a letter that there is an outstanding warrant against you, it is definitely time to take action.
At Gotel & Associates, P.C., we can take legal action for you if a warrant has been issued for failure to appear in court — and if you live elsewhere, at times without requiring you to come to Atlanta. Contact us now to speak with a knowledgeable attorney to help minimize the consequences of license suspension to your life, driving privileges and your reputation.
Quality Representation to Take Care of Warrants
Even if you received your unpaid tickets for relatively minor traffic violations, you may be taking a major risk by not resolving them. In fact, you may not even know about an arrest warrant for failing to appear on a misdemeanor traffic violation — until you are stopped for another reason, and an outstanding bench warrant is discovered. You then may have to deal with jail time, large fines, bail and attorney costs.
We have helped many clients from all across the country resolve Atlanta-area traffic matters and minimize consequences with great success rate. We will take actions such as:
- Appearing in court on your behalf to let a judge hear your side of the case
- Demonstrating that you intend to deal with your traffic violations
- Presenting your case and attempting to recall any arrest or outstanding warrants and the release of the hold on your driver's license so that you can continue driving and not pose a threat of getting a ticket for driving with a suspended license
- Setting a court date and forming an action plan for minimizing fines and points on your MVR record
- Providing capable traffic violation defense by taking your case to trial
Each ticket and failure to appear charge may be treated differently, in terms of arrest warrants, severity of fines and other consequences. When you have had several tickets, do not just go ahead and pay them; you will generally accrue one point per ticket. Before you know it, you accrue four points in 12 months and you will lose your license for a year. Atlanta, Georgia, lawyer Kedra M. Gotel understands how different courts, judges and jurisdictions typically deal with these matters — and she will help resolve your problems as efficiently and affordably as possible. It is important to call her immediately.
Georgia Suspended License, Warrant for Arrest
For an initial consultation and the Atlanta-area legal help you need, call 404-645-3144 or send us an e-mail right now. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
At the Law Office of Gotel & Associates, P.C we represent individuals in the Greater Atlanta metro area, including the cities of Johns Creek, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Duluth, Acworth, Kennesaw, Marietta, Smyrna, Mableton, Decatur, and all communities of Fulton County, Gwinnett County, Cobb County, Dekalb County, Clayton County, Henry County, and Fayette County.
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