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Years of Experience to Fight Your Traffic Citation in Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Walworth, Dane, Rock, Ozaukee, Brown Counties & Statewide
Traffic citations are important legal matters that will impact your future driving privileges. As a result, it is important to have experienced and professional legal support to navigate your traffic-related charge. Whether you are a Wisconsin driver or an Illinois driver charged in Wisconsin, Bayer Law Offices can help you. We have years of experience representing drivers and will do our best to fight for reduced demerit points and, if possible, dismissed charges, depending on your situation.
How it works
If you have recently been pulled over and given a citation for speeding, you might be worried about a few things. First, the points on your driving record that could lead to a suspension of your driving privileges. Second, is your insurance premium going to go up?
Fight Your Ticket
Many people wonder if it’s possible to get their points reduced even if the police officer has them speeding on radar. The truth is, most clients that come to us are actually guilty of speeding.
In most cases, the court understands that if you’re given a plea deal, it will prevent us from bringing the case to trial. This saves the court resources and lowers your penalties, which is a win for both sides.
Every Case Is Unique
The prosecution will look at a few things when offering a plea deal. This includes what happened in the incident, the driver’s record, and other specifics of the case.
Depending on your case, you might be able to get your ticket reduced to a lesser speeding ticket or a non-moving violation, such as an equipment violation.
Money Back Guarantee
We guarantee point reductions on your speeding ticket or other minor traffic violation. It’s simple: if we’re not able to get a point reduction, we’ll return your original fee. This guarantee does not apply to major traffic violations like reckless driving, hit and runs, overweight tickets, or OWIs.
Schedule a free consultation online or at (414) 250-7997 to learn more.
John Bayer grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin. After graduating with his B.A in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2006, John earned his law degree from Marquette University Law School in 2009. He continued to go on and passed the California State Bar Exam.
Schedule a free consultation with Bayer Law Offices online or by phone at (414) 939-9650 to plan your next steps today.
Why should I get my traffic citation reduced?
There are two main reasons you should get your traffic citation amended to a lower charge: (1) to prevent a suspension (with fewer points) and (2) to stop your insurance premium from going up.
I was actually speeding, and they have me on radar. Can I still get my points reduced?
Yes. In fact, most clients we work with were speeding with proof on radar. In most cases, the prosecutor is open to making a plea deal to avoid going to trial. Amending your ticket to a lesser charge saves the court’s resources.
Why should I choose Bayer Law Offices?
I have been practicing traffic law in Wisconsin for the past 12 years. Because of my experience in traffic law, I have an excellent understanding of how the process works; this enables me to get the best outcome possible for your traffic citation.
Will my citation get dismissed?
In most cases, the court will amend your ticket to a lesser charge with fewer points but will not dismiss it. Examples of an amended ticket are a lesser speeding ticket if you were speeding far above the speed limit or a non-moving violation, such as an equipment violation.
Do I need to go to court?
No. We’ll handle every aspect of your speeding ticket. All you need to do is send us your citation. We will plead not guilty, request the police’s descriptive of the incident, and negotiate a plea offer at the pre-trial. Then, we’ll send you information on how to pay the amended ticket.
When do I pay the fine?
You do not need to pay the fine until your case is finished. The court normally gives you 60 days after your ticket is amended. We’ll send you all the information you need after your case closes so you can pay your fine.
What Types of Citation do you Handle?
- Excesses Speeding
- Reckless Driving
- Hit and Run
- Failure to Contact the Authorities
- Failure to Stop at Stop Sign
- Lane Deviation
- Turn Signal Offenses
- Failure to Yield
- Driving without Registration
- Driving without Insurance
- Driving without a Driver’s License
- Driving while Revoked or Suspended
“I had a fantastic experience with these guys!! They went above and beyond to get me a great deal and answered all my questions. This is my second time using them and I couldn’t be happier! Thank you!”- Anonymous
“Handled case exactly as I was told it would be handled. Will definitely call them again. Hopefully, I won't have to.”- Anonymous
“Got a speeding ticket he took care of it! No problem-great job, thanks!”- Anonymous
Wisconsin implements a point system for drivers who have violated certain traffic rules. Some examples of common moving violations and their associated demerit point values are:
- Speeding 20 mph or more over the limit – 6 points
- Failure to perform duty after accident – 6 points
- OWI – 6 points
- Reckless driving – 6 points
- Attempting to elude an officer – 6 points
- Speeding 11-19 mph over the limit – 4 points
- Inattentive driving – 4 points
- Operating while license is revoked or suspended – 3 points
- Following too closely – 3 points
Accumulation of a certain amount of points could lead to a duration of license suspension ranging from a couple months to 1 year. More specifically, regular or commercial drivers will face the following suspension periods based on the demerit points incurred:
- 12-16 points – 2 months
- 17-22 points – 4 months
- 23-30 points – 6 months
- More than 30 points – 1 year
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