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TRAFFIC TICKET FAQS

  1. Do I have to come to court?
  2. How much will it cost to fight my ticket?
  3. Will my insurance rate go up?
  4. How long will it take to fight my ticket?
  5. Should I have an Agent to fight my ticket?

Answers

1. Do I have to come to court?
  1. If you have an Agent to fight your ticket, you do not need to come to court but sometimes a better result will happen if you are there. OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services has many years of experience handling lots of different traffic tickets and criminal charges and can guide you through the process and advise you about whether it is in your best interest to come to court.Most OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services clients do not need to go to court at all. Most OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services clients meet at our office for an initial consultation and we take care of everything else for them related to their specific ticket or charge. If you get a traffic ticket or criminal charge, call OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services as soon as possible.
2. How much will it cost to fight my ticket?
  1. Fees depend on the charge and the options available to you. Most fees are between $100.00 and $500.00. Although this may sound expensive, it will cost you less to have a good Agent fight for you than it can cost you in fines and insurance rate increases if you are convicted without proper representation. If you get a traffic ticket or criminal charge, call OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services. Every case is different and during a free consultation we will discuss the options available to you in your situation.
3. Will my insurance rate go up?
  1. Insurance rates are related to the final conviction associated with a ticket or charge. It is important to keep your driving record as clean as possible and to choose the best option available to you under your circumstances. If you get a traffic ticket or a criminal charge, call OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services to obtain a free consultation to discuss ways to prevent your insurance rate from going up.
4. How long will it take to fight my ticket?
  1. Fighting a ticket usually takes between 2 to 6 months. While you are fighting a ticket, your insurance rate will not go up because your insurance company will only find out about a final conviction if it ends up on your driving record. If you get a traffic ticket or criminal charge, contact OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services to arrange a free consultation to discuss options available to you in your situation.
5. Should I have an Agent to fight my ticket?
  1. It is a good idea to look into all of your options when you get a traffic ticket. An Agent will be able to use their experience to help you get the best result possible under your specific charge and circumstances. If you get a traffic ticket, call OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services for a free consultation to discuss whether you should have an Agent fighting your ticket.
OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services offers everyone a free, no-obligation consultation. OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services understands that, when it comes to traffic tickets and traffic offences, each case is special and we treat it as such. OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services have already helped hundreds of people get their traffic tickets, offences and charges completely dismissed, or reduced to a lower category offence. OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services can help you too. To talk to one of OTD Ticket Defenders Legal Services representatives please contact us by phone or simply send us your information via the contact for on this website to arrange a free ticket consultation.