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Should You Fight Your Traffic Violation?

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Receiving a traffic ticket can be anything from a disruptive nuisance to a devastating incident depending on the severity of the violation and the financial liability associated with it. It is important that you know when to simply pay the fine associated with the traffic violation and when you should fight it.

There are a few key factors to consider when deciding if you should fight the ticket you received.

Is the violation serious?

The more serious the violation, the more important it is for you to fight it. Remember that paying a traffic violation is often construed as an admission of guilt and may come with additional penalties. Fight the charges to avoid this risk.

Do you have other tickets pending?

If you have more than one outstanding violation, fight all of them. The more tickets you have pending a hearing, the more points you risk on your license. This can lead to suspension and costly increases in your insurance. Contest the tickets to have a chance at having some of them dismissed.

Is there an error on the ticket?

Accuracy on a traffic ticket is important and it may invalidate the ticket if you find an error. Review the information carefully for any mistake you can use to your advantage.

Fighting a traffic violation gives you the chance of possibly defeating the charge. Sometimes, the officer in question fails to appear or you prove a sufficient case for dismissal. This can save you significantly compared to paying the fines.

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