Piperton, TN, located outside of Memphis in Fayette County, has a reputation for issuing lots of tickets to drivers who speed. If you’ve received a Piperton speeding ticket, you may be wondering if it can be handled without spending too much money or time, and how it can be kept off your record. If you want to avoid points on your license, you’ll need to try to have the ticket dismissed. The best way to do that is to have a lawyer to go to court for you. Your lawyer can talk to the prosecutor or the judge and work out a plan that does not affect your record. If you’ve been charged with driving well in excess of the speed limit, say 20 miles over, you will probably be required to attend a driver safety class. These can be done online; they take about four hours and cost about $35. If your speed was less, like around 10 miles per hour over the limit, they’re usually a little more forgiving and your lawyer might be able to work out a deal where you pay court costs within seven days and the ticket is dismissed. Piperton is sort of a crossroads community. A lot of out of town and out of state drivers pass through there. The police know this, and that’s usually who they single out for driving infractions. If you’re not from the area but got a ticket there, contact a Piperton speeding ticket attorney for help. You probably don’t want to have to drive all the way back just for court, where you might have to wait all morning just for your name to be called. Your lawyer can handle the matter without you having to go to court, and can probably work out an arrangement to keep it off your record. Patrick Stegall is a Piperton, TN speeding ticket lawyer. He handles traffic offenses for people throughout Fayette County and the Memphis area. For more information, please contact him at (901) 205-9894 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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