If you are charged with speeding under Georgia's Super Speeder law, it is important that you contact an experienced Georgia Super Speeder ticket lawyer to discuss your legal options and preserve your rights. Pleading guilty to a Super Speeder speeding ticket may result in substantial increases to your insurance rates. More importantly, pleading guilty to a Super Speeder ticket may result in the suspension of your Georgia driver's license if the additional Super Speeding fine is not paid to the State of Georgia.
Under Georgia law, anyone convicted of speeding 75 mph or greater on a two-lane road or 85 mph or greater on any Georgia road may be subject to suspension of their drivers' license and imposition of a $200.00 fine in addition to local speeding ticket fines. The loss of a driver's license often creates a serious financial hardship, so it is important that you hire a ticket lawyer who will fight to preserve your driving privileges and reduce or eliminate points on your driver's license.
Remitting the fine on your Super Speeder ticket means that you have entered a plea of GUILTY to the ticket. You have only two viable legal options at this point: 1) Remit the $200.00 administrative fee to the Georgia Department of Driver Services, or 2) Retain Counsel to file a Motion to Set Aside your plea of Guilty. Should the Court grant this motion, the case would commence anew. Typically, motions to set aside are only granted if the conviction results in the suspension of one's license or operating privileges. In many cases, filing a motion to set aside does not stay the requirement to remit the $200.00 fine.
Should you retain the Law Office of Jack I. Klein to file a Motion to Set Aside a Guilty Plea, filings are geographically limited to Cobb, Fulton, and Dekalb Counties.
Super Speeder Lawyer Jack I. Klein has successfully represented clients charged with Super Speeder speeding tickets in Cobb, Dekalb, Douglas, and Fulton Counties. Contact Mr. Klein at (770) 971-0656 for a free initial consultation to discuss the legal options available to you under Georgia speeding ticket law.
|15 mph but less than 19 mph||2 points|
|19 mph but less than 24 mph||3 points|
|24 mph but less than 34 mph||4 points|
|34 mph or greater||6 points|
*The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice; you should contact the Law Office of Jack I. Klein, Attorney at Law, Marietta, Georgia personally for individual advice regarding your own legal situation. © 2014-2015 Law Office of Jack I. Klein. P.O Box 9353. Marietta, Georgia 30065. Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia, Super Speeder Speeding ticket lawyer serving Cobb, Dekalb, Douglas, and Fulton Counties and the Cities of Acworth, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Kennesaw, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, and Smyrna, Georgia.