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Speeding Tickets and Drivers License

Speeding Tickets and Drivers License

Use the provided link to enter my Traffic Tickets page. The information is general in nature, actual facts of your matter applied to the law will allow individual assistance.

Mr. Hamilton will work to obtain a dismissal of your ticket and protect your insurance rating and the points assigned to your license. Even if you have already paid your ticket, it is possible to provide effective representation and protect your right to drive . Driving is a privilege, an important part of your independence in today's mobile society.

Residents of North Carolina and South Carolina who received a Knoxville or Tennessee speeding ticket or other moving and non-moving violations, Any moving violation of 75 MPH out of state can be a basis for a 6 month suspension of your license. Protect your right to drive. Tennessee traffic violations are a potential basis for your state to suspend your driver’s license. In proper cases the Court will entertain dismissal as more fully described. Please review the information as Mr. Hamilton is ready, willing, and able to assist you protect your driving privileges from adverse Tennessee conviction. Do not assume that a municipal violation will not be reported to the State of Tennessee, violations are reported by municipalities to the State for posting of points.

JURY TRIALS: The right to trial by jury is an important right protected by the Tennessee Constitution, but like many rights the failure to raise the right at the right time means you loose. State v. Jarnigan , 958 S.W.2d 135, (Tenn. Crim. App. 1997), is an example of strategic omission becoming the basis to reverse the conviction of a misdemeanor traffic ticket, potentially avoiding any assignment of points and possibly saving a driver's license from suspension if the issue had been a moving violation. Here Mr. Jarnigan believed that his right to jury trial was violated and he won.

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