If you’ve received a speeding ticket or other traffic ticket in the Memphis area, then you may find yourself wondering how you’re going to handle it. Should you just send in a payment? What if I don’t have a drivers’ license? Will this affect my record? Should you go to court to fight against the ticket?

All the traffic violations in Memphis are handled by Tennessee State laws and local Ordinances. The laws covers rules of vehicle equipment, road safety, road crimes, accidents, and their penalties. Memphis city traffic tickets are handled at the Memphis Court House and will be assigned to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Divisions of the City Court. Shelby county Sheriff Tickets are handled in division 14 of the County Court.

Whether this ticket will go on your permanent record causing you to pay more for insurance depends on how you handle the case.
If, for example, the speeding ticket is a minor one like speeding 5 -10 miles per hour over the limit, seatbelt violations, improper passing or accidents with no injuries, then the ticket can generally be dismissed.

If the tickets that goes on your record result in points on your record. too many points in a year is problematic for drivers.

You may represent yourself in the court and not hire a lawyer. This may not help you steer clear of all the waiting and stress that may be involved downtown on this can take hours and you may come away with questions still.

With a Cooper Law Firm, by your side, you will not have to take a half day off from work or pay for parking. Also, Cooper Law Firm, PLLC will help you get the best possible outcome from the case – which could be a dismissal of the charge(s).

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