Many traffic tickets impose points on your license which can seriously affect your insurance rates and your ability to drive. Some citations impose significant jail time. Having an experienced attorney on your side will allow you to obtain the best possible result. The attorney’s at Law Office of John M. Walsh know the court system and the best arguments to make on your behalf.
Philadelphia Traffic Court
Fighting a Traffic Ticket in Philadelphia Philadelphia Traffic Court can be an intimidating place if you are unfamiliar with the legal process. Philadelphia Traffic Court hears all traffic cases for the entire city of Philadelphia. It is a crowded, confusing, and chaotic place. Despite this, if you are appearing before the court with a traffic ticket, you can get a good result if you know what you are doing and are represented by an experienced attorney.
We defend people against traffic tickets in Philadelphia Traffic Court. We will guide you through the system by taking away the confusion and fear. You must respond to a Philadelphia citation within 10 days or possibly face an administrative fee, a license suspension, a summons, and a warrant for your arrest. You must act quickly to protect yourself in traffic court.
If you fail to respond to your court date in Philadelphia Traffic Court, the court can find you guilty. We understand the process well and has a record for achieving good results for our clients in the Philadelphia Traffic Court. If things did not go according to plan during a hearing at the Philadelphia Traffic Court, you have the option to appeal. You must file an appeal within 30 days of a guilty plea or a conviction, although it is possible to file a nunc pro tunc (late) appeal if necessary. Whether it is a Philadelphia traffic court trial or a Philadelphia traffic court appeal, I will prepare your case thoroughly and work hard for a good result.
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