Experienced Texas Speeding Ticket Attorney
Minor traffic violations along Texas interstates may seem inconsequential on the open road. However, when those infractions add up, you could face serious criminal consequences such as heavy fines, points against your driver’s license and license suspension. To protect your right to remain on the road, you should contact a skilled criminal defense lawyer.
The Law Offices of David M. White represent drivers throughout the State of Texas for traffic violations. With offices in Abilene and San Angelo (by appointment only), we are very familiar with the Texas roadway system. From speeding tickets to drunk driving offenses, we do what it takes to minimize the penalties our clients face in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible.
Know Your Options After Receiving a Traffic Ticket
We represent anyone using Texas roadways. Many of our clients have received multiple traffic tickets for various offenses, leading to a warrant or a hold on their license. Depending on the individual circumstances there are options available after receiving a traffic citation:
- Participation in defensive driving programs
- Contest the traffic ticket
If you’ve received a traffic ticket in the state of Texas, defensive driving school will not only dismiss the ticket but it will also keep your driving record clean and prevent any increase in car insurance rates. In order to be eligible for driving school, motorists must meet the following requirements:
- You haven’t taken a defensive driving course in Texas within the 12 months prior to receiving your ticket.
- Must have a valid Texas driver’s license.
- You were not driving a commercial vehicle at the time you received your ticket.
- Your ticket was not issued for speeding at 25 MPH or more over the posted speed limit.
- Your ticket was not issued for a violation within a construction zone.
If you are not eligible to complete the defensive driving course, you have the option to contest the ticket. Although contesting a traffic ticket is a big time commitment, it gives you a chance of beating the ticket. In order to dispute a traffic citation, you are required to appear in traffic court at least one time. In Texas, traffic violations are handled by individual local traffic courts. As a local himself, our attorney is known by the judges and prosecutors throughout the region for his legal skills and professional representation. If you have questions about a traffic citation, schedule a no-cost consultation with our Abilene traffic ticket attorney, contact our firm online or call us locally at 325-437-3311 or toll free at 855-437-3311.
We Represent Commercial Drivers Throughout the State of Texas
We represent hundreds of drivers with commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs). If you’ve received a CDL traffic ticket, you are not eligible for deferred adjudication or defensive driving. An experienced traffic ticket attorney can help you keep your traffic violation off your record. We have a strong history of success handling CDL cases. If we cannot get your case dismissed or otherwise keep it off your record, we will try our best to minimize the consequences by obtaining a reduction in charges.
Representing Out-of-State Drivers
Our firm also represents tourists or other visitors who have received traffic tickets in west Texas. While you are not eligible for adjudication procedures, we can represent your interests before the local traffic court in which you committed the traffic violation. After thorough consultation with you either in person or over the phone, we will appear on your behalf to make your case, or facilitate any payments to the court if you decide to settle.
Credit Cards Accepted ♦ Payment Plans Available ♦ Free Initial Consultations
Whether you were driving without a valid license or speeding, contact our firm online, or call 325-437-3311 or toll free at 855-437-3311 to schedule a free initial consultation today. We accept all major credit cards and offer payment plans. We also offer evening and weekend appointments upon request.