E. Gordon Peters, Jr June 16, 2020

While you might think that even a speeding ticket is a small inconvenience that calls for you to pay the fine and move on, there can actually be more to it than that. Agreeing to pay the fine that you are given means you are also pleading guilty to the charges.

Whether you pay the fine in person, by mail, or in court or even optioning to take a plea bargain penalty in court, Gordon is a lawyer in the Lynchburg area who knows by pleading guilty in this method, you also risk paying more than the original price of the fine, with added fees to your ticket. In addition to paying hidden fees for your fine, you also risk seeing an increase in your insurance costs. On top of all of that, you also add demerit points, which risks you losing your license if you receive enough.

Choose the Best Defense to Protect You

Putting Gordon on your retainer means you have the option of contesting the ticket you have been given in court. By proving your innocence in court, you receive the following benefits:

  • Dismissal of your traffic ticket.

  • No points added to your record.

  • You will receive no fines or penalties.

  • No impact on your insurance rates.

In addition to these benefits, you will be relieving yourself of unneeded stress. Gordon can advise you about possibilities for reducing fines such as enrolling in driver's education courses. Additionally, depending on your traffic charge, Gordon can represent you in court without you having to be there.

Don't Plead Guilty to Something That You Can Contest

Gordon has been helping residents of Virginia for over 15 years, and knows what it takes to fight off charges that can stick with you for your entire life. Contact him to keep your record clean today.