Affordable Traffic Ticket Defense
- Running a Stop Sign
- Running a Red Light
- Improper Lane Change
- Careless Driving
- Failure to Yield Right-of-Way
- Failure to Move Over for Emergency Vehicle
- Improper Backing
- Any and all other traffic infractions
- Money-Back Guarantee:
- No Points
- No Traffic School
- No Court
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Criminal Traffic Cases
- Driving with a Suspended License
- No Driver License
- Reckless Driving
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Permitting an Unauthorized Driver
- Unregistered Motor Vehicle
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
- Criminal Traffic Defense:
- No Court in Most Cases
- Full Legal Representation
- Dedicated Criminal Defense Lawyer
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Frequently Asked Questions
If I hire the Ticket Cricket, do I have to pay my ticket?
No. When you hire us, we will request a court date and fight your ticket on your behalf. At the conclusion of the case, it is possible that the court will order you to pay court costs, but this is frequently less than the amount of the ticket, and usually will not result in points being assessed against your license. In many cases, we are able to get your ticket dismissed entirely, meaning no further cost to you.
Can the Ticket Cricket beat my ticket?
Our lawyers are well versed in the technicalities of traffic law, and may be able to eliminate the worst consequences of your traffic ticket. In many cases, no points will be assessed against your license, and the ticket will not appear on your permanent driving record. The Ticket Cricket’s lawyers may even be able to get your ticket completely dismissed.
Will I have to go to court?
In the vast majority of cases, our client's never set foot in court. Our lawyers will appear in court for you, argue on your behalf, and resolve your case without you having to take time away.
Can I elect traffic school instead?
If you have not opted to attend traffic school in the last twelve months, and you have not already done so five times in the past, you may be eligible to attend traffic school to avoid having points assessed against your license. However, you will still have to pay the full ticket price, and traffic school will appear on your permanent driving record, possibly resulting in an insurance hike once your insurer discovers it.
What happens if I just pay my ticket?
Depending upon the charge, paying a traffic ticket will usually result in points being assessed against your license. This generally means much higher insurance premiums, and can also cause the suspension of your driver’s license. The Ticket Cricket can help you avoid these consequences by taking your case to court and fighting the ticket on your behalf.