Speeding Violations Attorney
Call My AZ Criminal Defense Lawyers if you want to discuss how we can help you with your speeding violation in Arizona.
Speeding tickets can quickly add up points on the Arizona Traffic violation point system. Speeders that accumulate 8 points within 12 months can face a suspended license or be required to attend a traffic training course.
If you were cited for speeding in Arizona, your violation falls into the following categories:
- Civil Speeding violation
- Criminal Speeding violation
Speeding 1 to 20 miles per hour over the posted speed limit is a civil speeding offense. In addition, driving 21 miles per hour over the posted limit or speeding in excess of 85 mph is a criminal speeding violation. In other words, having an attorney to advocate on your behalf is important, as both offenses are punishable by fines. A guilty plea for speeding is three points against your driver’s license according the the Arizona Traffic Point System. Accumulating 8 to 12 points in one year means you may have to attend Traffic Survival School. Your license may be suspended if you rack up 13 to 17 points in one year. Points higher than this could mean a 6 to one year license suspension. Also, your insurance rates could increase as a result of a guilty plea.
If you want to consult with an attorney experienced in representing Arizona residents who face speeding tickets in Arizona, call My AZ Criminal Defense Lawyers. We will give you honest feedback and options and information regarding the specific details of your particular speeding violation. Our firm offers a free consultation with a lawyer. By all means, schedule an appointment and let us know how we can help.
HAVE YOU BEEN ARRESTED FOR SPEEDING IN ARIZONA?
If you have been charged with a speeding violation in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Glendale, or another city in Arizona, consult with My AZ Criminal Defense Lawyers. Our team of experienced criminal defense attorneys will assess your case and work with you to prepare the best course of action to take to minimize charges against you in order to deliver the best possible outcome.