Open And Fight Your Previously Paid Tickets
When you have received a traffic ticket, you may decide to pay the fine through the mail rather than go to court to speak to the judge. After you pay, you might start to wonder if you could have disputed the charges and had the citation dismissed or reduced. It may not be too late.
Luckily, if you have already paid your fine through the mail and did not stand before the judge prior to payment of the citation, you may be able to have your case opened so that you can fight the citation. An experienced Los Angeles open and fight attorney can help you through the process.
While it may take some time and effort to fight a traffic citation, you can end up with points added to your driver’s license if you do not. Paying the fine is an admission of guilt. You may wish to speak to an expert in open and fight in Los Angeles regarding your specific case.
Just Because You Paid Your Ticket Doesn’t Mean It’s Over
If you have already paid your fine through the mail or online but you did not stand before the judge, you can have your case opened again in order to fight the citation as long as it has been less than six months from the closing date, or when you paid your fine.
If you have your case opened again to dispute the citation and win, any points added to your driving record in regard to this citation will be removed. This can help to keep your insurance rates down and reduce the chances that you will accumulate too many points on your driver’s license.
If you are thinking about fighting a ticket after you have already paid the fine, you may want to find a qualified Los Angeles traffic ticket attorney to help you out. Me. Ticket is an expert in open and fight in Los Angeles and has experience in helping clients to succeed in having any points removed from their licenses. Call us at [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-REGULAR-NUMBER-1″] or contact us online to set up a free consultation.
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