Police departments across the state of Nevada are picking up enforcement of click-it-or-ticket. Officers across Las Vegas and other Nevada cities are issuing more and more seat belt tickets and issuing more and more warnings across Las Vegas and the rest of the state for texting and other cell phone use violations. We offer a fast and convenient online traffic school to help you clear these tickets without court appearances. While the Nevada seat belt law can only be issued as a secondary violation, officers across the state and in Las Vegas are looking to issue more tickets every day. We can help you fight all traffic citations, drunk driving offenses and avoid costly court appearances. Our Las Vegas traffic attorneys also offer online traffic school. Simply and quickly fix speeding and other traffic violations. We can also help with DUI and Las Vegas reckless driving citations. Please contact us today.
Our regular readers might recall a story from a couple of months ago, where we featured the plight of a man facing a massive speeding ticket after he was clocked in excess of 100 MPH on a highway where the speed limit was 55 MPH. The man's wife had gone into labor suddenly and was going to give birth to their son in transit unless he put the pedal to the metal. The story got national attention, but the consensus was that the man had virtually no chance to beat the speeding ticket in this clear-cut case of excessive (if excusable) speed. Well, we were proven wrong. Earlier this month a judge cleared the man of the violation, which would have cost him his driving privileges for several months. The man depended on his vehicle to get to and from work, and his wife was going to have her hands full with their newborn baby boy. Because the penalties for driving on a suspended license are so stiff, the man felt he had no choice but to fight the ticket to the end. As it turned out, the judge was moved by the testimony of the man and his wife, [...]
Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis famously articulated the idea of "laboratories of democracy" in a dissenting opinion in a 1930s case before the high court. The concept is that that our federal system allows states to experiment with different legal regimes to see how policy ideas fare in practice, resulting in the gradual advancement of American political and legal institutions toward greater justice and perfection. Those policies that fail will be forgotten, and those that excel will be adopted widely. Could this logic play out in Nevada traffic policy? Maryland legislators have altered traffic ticket laws in that state to expand the options available to drivers cited for a traffic violation. Currently in most states, drivers can choose either to admit responsibility for the infraction and pay the fine or contest the ticket in its entirety. Las Vegas motorists who fight a speeding ticket or other citation can choose between these two options, and they may also choose to contest a ticket in person or through a mail-in statement. The new law adds a novel alternative: drivers would be allowed to pay the fine, fight the ticket entirely, or choose a third option wherein they would accept responsibility for violating [...]
It all happens in a flash: you're running late and you hog the left lane of the 215 at 80 MPH; suddenly lights flash in your rear-view mirror and after a whirlwind of stress and tension, you are left clutching a speeding ticket. The key in these situations is to keep your cool and not panic. Some drivers are skilled at negotiating their way out of traffic citations, but most of us aren't. When you get a moving violation - for speeding, for reckless driving, whatever -- you need to address it. Failure to do so can only worsen your situation, as it did for a man recently who fled a careless driving citation and ended up being arrested for leaving the scene of an accident with injuries. For the uninitiated: this was not a wise trade on his part. For many in Las Vegas, Clark County, and the larger Southern Nevada area, 24HourTicketPower.com is increasingly the first choice for quick, easy online traffic ticket management. Our streamlined system helps you deal with most tickets for $49 and gives you personal access to skilled Nevada traffic ticket attorneys for complicated cases. Why not just ignore the ticket? Setting aside a number [...]