Sabbak & Izmaylova, LLP | Atlanta Traffic Offenses Lawyers
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Atlanta Traffic Offenses Lawyers

In Georgia, the majority of traffic offenses are misdemeanors. Speeding, Not Wearing a Seatbelt, Texting while Driving, Running Red Lights, Reckless Driving, Following Too Closely, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Failing to Maintain Lane, Not Using a Turn Signal, and Not Having a Valid Driver’s License, Insurance, or Registration are all examples of traffic offenses.

Even though the typical punishment for most traffic offenses is a fine, paying that fine has certain implications that most people are unaware of. Most people, who get a traffic citation, end up paying the fine so they can avoid coming to court. By paying the fine, you are pleading guilty or admitting to committing the traffic violation you were cited for, which results in points being added to your driver’s license. Additionally, pleading guilty to certain traffic offenses results in automatic suspension of your driver’s license.

Our criminal defense attorneys have handled hundreds of traffic offenses throughout the state of Georgia and can advise you on all the potential consequences of handling your traffic offense. Furthermore, our criminal defense attorneys are always prepared to advocate for a resolution that will not affect your driving privileges. Some common Georgia traffic offenses we handle include:

  • Vehicular Homicide
  • Reckless Driving
  • Serious Injury by Vehicle
  • Fleeing or Attempting to Elude
  • Texting while Driving
  • Following too Closely
  • Failure to Maintain Lane
  • Speeding
  • Super Speeder
  • Hit and Run
  • Open Container
  • Driving with a Suspended License
  • Driving without Insurance
  • Habitual Violator
  • Driving with a Suspended Registration
  • Move over Law

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Free Consultation with Experienced Georgia Traffic Ticket Lawyers

If you have been charged with a traffic offense in the state of Georgia, you need our experienced and aggressive Georgia criminal defense trial lawyers fighting for you. Contact the Law Firm of Sabbak & Izmaylova, LLP today for a free consultation. 

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Case Results

PROBATION SENTENCE FOR HOMICIDE BY VEHICLE

Client was charged with Homicide by Vehicle in the Second Degree, Failure to Yield, and Suspended Registration. After reviewing State’s evidence, Counsel announced ready for trial because this was clearly an accident. Consequently, the State dismissed the Suspended Registration count and offered Client probation for the remaining charges. Client entered No Contest Pleas to Homicide by Vehicle in the Second Degree and Failure to Yield and was sentenced to 2 years on probation.

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HIT AND RUN DISMISSED

Client was charged with Hit and Run, Following Too Closely, and Driving with a Suspended Driver’s License. After announcing ready for trial, the State was forced to dismiss all charges against our client.

HIT AND RUN AND DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED DRIVER’S LICENSE DISMISSED

Client was charged with Hit and Run and Driving with a Suspended Driver’s License. After announcing ready for trial, the State was forced to dismiss all charges against our client.

FELONY SUSPENDED DRIVER’S LICENSE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR

Client was charged with felony Suspended Driver’s License and was facing 5 years in prison. On advice of counsel, client obtained a valid driver’s license, prior to the court date. The State agreed to reduce the felony to a misdemeanor Driving with No License charge. Client entered a No Contest Plea and was sentenced to 12 months on probation.

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FELONY HABITUAL VIOLATOR DISMISSED

Client was charged with felony Habitual Violator and Defective Brake Lights, and was facing 6 years in prison. The State dismissed the felony Habitual Violator and client had to pay $120 fine for the Defective Brake Lights.

SPEEDING TICKET DISMISSED

Client was charged with Speeding. After filing a Speedy Trial Demand, the State dismissed this case on the morning of trial.

DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED DRIVER’S LICENSE DISMISSED

Client was charged with Driving with a Suspended Driver’s License. After reviewing the police report, defense filed a Motion to Suppress. The State dismissed this case because there was no probable cause for the traffic stop.

FLEEING DISMISSED

Client was charged with No Proof of Insurance, Expired Tag, Improper Tag Transfer, misdemeanor Fleeing, and Disobedience of a Traffic Control Device. After defense announced ready for trial, the State dismissed all charges due to issues with the arresting deputy.

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