Assisting Drivers In Colorado With Speeding Tickets
People don’t always take speeding tickets seriously — until they realize how much a traffic violation really costs them. Under Colorado law, a speeding ticket will count as four points against your driver’s license on a 12-point system, or six points for going 20 mph over the limit, or 12 points if going 40 mph over the limit. It may not seem like much, but one additional speeding ticket within six months can mean you may face higher insurance rates and may have your driver’s license suspended, which is why working with a lawyer is so important.
Is It Worth The Fight?
Is fighting your speeding ticket worth the effort? Absolutely.
If you were tagged for speeding in a Colorado Front Range community, schedule a free consultation with attorney James L. Finegan in Denver. He has been helping people keep their driving record clear of violations for more than 35 years. He understands the process and what options are available to help you avoid higher insurance rates and possible driver’s license suspension.
Mr. Finegan also has extensive experience fighting on behalf of people who have been charged with traffic violations such as:
- Reckless and careless driving
- DUI and DWAI, drug-related DUID
- Driving on a suspended license
- Vehicular assault and vehicular homicide
A Strong Defense Against Any Offense
Attorney James L. Finegan represents clients charged with speeding and other traffic offenses in courts throughout the Colorado Front Range region, including Jefferson County, Denver County, Arapahoe County, Douglas County and Adams County. Call 303-586-2961 or toll-free at 877-834-4609 to arrange a free consultation with Denver speeding ticket attorney James Finegan today.