Tim Fleming has been defending traffic ticket cases for over thirty years now. Throughout this time, he has prosecuted traffic tickets for both the State of Alabama, as well as several municipalities in the area. He has experience on both sides of the courtroom table, giving him an advantage, and making him the perfect traffic ticket attorney to defend you. He knows that every case is has different circumstance, but believes that every case has a way to win.
Whether you’re dealing with a simple speeding ticket, or more serious charges such as a DUI, Reckless Driving, Driving While License Suspended or Revoked, Tim Fleming has the knowledge you need to avoid any negative consequences that you might suffer. In many instances, a traffic ticket can be resolved in your favor without ever having to go to trial, saving you time, money and stress.
It happens to almost every driver at some point- the dreaded traffic ticket. For many, traffic tickets have become such a common occurrence that they simply pay the fine, and accept the consequences as a part of their driving record. For others, such as truck drivers or those driving company vehicles, the impact of ticket can be much more damaging.
Did you know that paying the ticket is the same as pleading guilty? That’s right–you’re admitting fault to an offense. And, let’s be honest, law enforcement officers are people too, and people make mistakes. More importantly, traffic tickets aren’t necessarily open-and-shut cases, as many people think they are. If you plead guilty and pay the fine for one ticket, then you severely damage any likelihood that you will be able to resolve future tickets. Getting a ticket does not automatically make you guilty, so why should you treat it that way?
Your driving record is extremely important, as it is one of the main factors that impact your insurance premium. Did you know that when your insurance company raises your rates, that they can stay elevated for up to ten years? Tim Fleming knows how costly traffic tickets can be, not just in the short term, but over time. He is here to help you save money, and protect your driving record.