Contesting Speeding Tickets in Lenox Municipal Court

If you have been issued a speeding ticket in or around the City of Lenox, you will likely be summoned to appear before a judge at the Lenox Municipal Court. As with most spending tickets, you can opt not to go to court and simply pay the fine. In fact, Lenox Municipal Court allows you to quickly and easily pay your speeding ticket online, so you do not have to even visit the courthouse. However, doing so is admitting that you were speeding. It is entered as a no-contest guilty plea, and that can have consequences for your driving record and your insurance. Before you do that, contact the Kunes Law Office to discuss your options.

Lenox Municipal Court

The Lenox Municipal Court is located at 15 East Colquitt Avenue in Lenox, Georgia. The court shares its building with the Lenox City Hall and the city’s police department. The city’s website provides information on when the court is open, what holidays it observes, the court dress codes, and the option to pay your traffic citations online.

Speeding Tickets in Lenox

If you receive a speeding ticket in Lenox, you may be tempted to pay it right away. Doing so is an admission of guilt, however, and that can have consequences. Speeding tickets can cause your insurance company to raise your rates, and it can be hard to find new auto insurance if you have too many tickets on your record. You may even find your license is suspended if you have a large number of tickets. We work with our clients to have their charges dismissed if possible. If not, we negotiate on their behalf to lower the penalties. It is possible your ticket was written in error or has mistakes that make it invalid. As legal experts with years of experience in traffic law, we know exactly what to look for. Call and talk to us about your ticket before you pay the fine and whatever other consequences may come with it.

Lenox Super Speeders

Since 2010, Georgia has had what is known as a Super Speeder law. Under this state law, anyone who is driving faster than 75 miles per hour on a two-lane highway or over 85 miles per hour on any other road is called a Super Speeder. In addition to the normal fine, if you are classified as a Super Speeder, you will be automatically fined an additional $200. If you do not pay this fine, your license will be suspended. If you live in another state and have a guilty plea to super speeding, your home state may consider it equivalent to reckless driving, a charge which has more of an impact than a standard speeding ticket.

Whether you’re a Georgia native or just visiting, you want to avoid a Super Speeder ticket. This is one of the times you need to talk to a legal expert, even if you believe you will be found guilty. Our team understands the fine details of the law, including the Super Speeder statute, and can help you keep your driving record pristine. Call us today at 229-382-4900 to set up a consultation.

Joe Kunes

  • Member of Georgia and Florida State Bar
  • Member of National Association of Criminal
  • Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
  • Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (GACDL)
  • Georgia Defense of Drinking Drivers (DODD)
  • National College for DUI Defense (NCDD)
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA)
  • American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA)
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Patrick Kunes

  • Member of Georgia State Bar
  • Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (GACDL)
  • Georgia Defense of Drinking Drivers (DODD)
  • Past President Tifton Bar Association
  • Life Member of NORML Legal Committee
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