Traffic and Criminal

Traffic and Criminal Defense (including DUI) are basically self-explanatory, you were either given a ticket or arrested. This matter is not going away and the Police and Prosecutors don't have anything better to do than to pursue your case.

Protecting Your Driving History for insurance and other purposes is a major emphasis in Mr. Casey's practice. On an almost daily basis, Mr. Casey goes to court for his client's traffic citations such as speeding, running red lights or stop signs, improper lane change, failure to yield and so forth. He also represents those under 21, under 18, CDLs and more serious traffic matters such as driving on a Suspended License, No Insurance and DUI.

Half of Your Stress is not understanding how the criminal law system works. It can be very complicated and confusing, that's why it is import for you to have an attorney to help guide you through the process. Click here on the "Criminal Walkthrough" get to a background on how the system will probably work in your case.

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In Georgia a traffic ticket is a criminal charge; it is a misdemeanor. With it being a misdemeanor, for the most part, the same penalties can apply, maximum fine is $1,000 and a year in jail. Now, you probably won't get anything near those penalties unless you really try; making demands, being disrespectful, being rude to everyone in court, insulting the judge and so forth.

To the average person a traffic ticket means a huge inconvenience and a bruise to the ego, with the additional sting of a fine. Then comes the concern of it being reported on your driving history, and the points associated with that. Yet, to try to avoid The hassle of having to take off work, sit in a courtroom, for who knows how long, then may be, you'll get your turn.

Mr. Casey represents drivers in traffic courts all around Metro Atlanta; from Cartersville to South Fulton County, from Douglasville to Clarkston. He represents average drivers, under 21, under 18, and CDLs. He does this almost every day.

He can generally negotiate your ticket down to something that will carry no points and may not be on your driving history. If he can't do that, then will attempt to get the points reduced and work to lessen the effect on your driving history. In most cases, you will never have to go to court.

There may be some "homework" for you, such as an insurance proof, or letter regarding proof of damages paid to the other driver,Defensive Driving Course and so forth.

If you want a trial, Mr. Casey will gladly accommodate your desire. Mr. Casey has over 25 years of courtroom experience and will gladly take your case to trial.

Under 21 and under 18, and CDLs have unique requirements and penalties that do not effect an average driver. These drivers definitely need Mr. Casey to assist them as their ramifications can potentially cause loss of license, loss of income, not to mention the tremendous inconvenience. Mr, Casey is particularly skilled in these areas.

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Criminal charges and process can seem very laborious, conflicting and confusing. Our criminal process in this country is based on centuries old protocols that have not kept up with times, especially technology.

Criminal charges can place you at risk for jail (and possibly prison) time, and thousands of dollars in fines and restitution. You can lose your family, your home, your job, and everything you own. This is not something to take lightly as the consequences can ruin your life.

Anytime you are faced with a criminal charge it is imperative that you have Mr. Casey to assist you in the matter. His experience of over 25 years can help guide you, advise you, and let you know you options, all the while respecting your decisions.

Mr. Casey's criminal practice is generally limited to Cobb County, Paulding County, and Cherokee County, he can go to other counties should the need arise.

While Mr. Casey's criminal practice is primarily in the misdemeanor arena, he will gladly discuss your felony case.

As a matter of fairness to all, Mr. Casey chooses not to represent defendant's in sex crimes or animal cruelty. This is not a judgment of you, just a choice he has made.

If Mr. Casey cannot take your case, he usually knows someone who can.

See Mr. Casey's current Fee Schedule and call his office today and put your mind to ease!