Protecting Your Livelihood After A Traffic Offense
A traffic ticket in Georgia can be both an inconvenience and a blemish on an otherwise clean criminal record. However, for those who drive for their jobs, a traffic ticket can also put their livelihoods at risk.
At Manning Peace, LLC, our attorneys empathize with the challenges you may face after receiving a traffic ticket. We understand how significantly this could affect your life and are committed to providing you with a strong defense to protect your driver’s license, employment and future opportunities. Schedule a free consultation with us to discuss your case by calling 678-257-2434.
All Traffic Offenses Could Put Your Job At Risk
Many professional drivers may not realize that a traffic offense could jeopardize their jobs. Whether you are driving your personal or commercial vehicle, on or off the clock, all traffic tickets could risk your livelihood, including:
- Reckless driving
- Driving under the influence
- Distracted driving
- Construction zone violations
No matter the offense, anything that deducts points from your driving record could lead to a suspension or revocation of your license. CDL holders also need to be concerned about specific commercial violations, including weight violations or speeding in a commercial truck. Charges for reckless driving or excessive speeding can put your CDL at risk.
A Personalized Approach To Protect Your Rights
Attorneys Cindy Manning and Holly Peace are prepared to provide your case with the knowledgeable, dedicated defense it needs. We understand how tough Georgia courts can be and how they approach such cases. Leveraging our experience, we will challenge your offense and protect your driving privilege.
Don’t Wait To Consult With A Lawyer
If you have received a traffic ticket and drive for a living, discuss your case with an attorney immediately. Taking swift action can help retain your driving privilege, your employment opportunities and a clear criminal record. Schedule a free consultation with Manning Peace, LLC, in Peachtree City by calling 678-257-2434 or by contacting us online.