Traffic Offense Attorney in Fort Worth, TX
Traffic offenses do not strike most people as being much more than an occasional annoyance. Most alleged offenders simply pay their tickets without giving the matter much thought.
While being issued a ticket for a traffic offense does not seem as serious as being placed under arrest, even seemingly minor infractions can have consequences later on.
Fort Worth Lawyer for Traffic Offenses
If you received a speeding ticket or any other kind of traffic ticket in Tarrant County, you should strongly consider having legal counsel fight to get fines reduced or charges dismissed Gebhardt and Eppes, PLLC represents clients who have been ticketed for driving offenses in Fort Worth, Arlington, Weatherford, Cleburne, and many other surrounding areas in North Central Texas.
Our Fort Worth traffic offenses attorneys have more than three decades of combined legal experience. The attorneys can review your citation and discuss your options as soon as you call (817) 502-3600 to take advantage of a free initial consultation.
Information Center for Tarrant County Traffic Offenses
- Which kind of traffic violations does your firm handle?
- Where can I learn more about traffic tickets in Fort Worth and the Lone Star State?
Types of Texas Traffic Attorney
Moving violations (also called traffic offenses) are defined under Title 37 Texas Administrative Code § 15.89 as being acts “committed in connection with the operation of a motor vehicle on a public street or highway, which constitutes a hazard to traffic and is prohibited by state law or city ordinance.” The Administrative Code lists more than 200 traffic infractions that constitute moving violations in Texas.
Some of the most common ones that Gebhardt and Eppes, PLLC handles include, but are not limited to:
- Speeding Tickets;
- Moving Violations;
- Reckless Driving;
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident;
- Evading Arrest;
- Racing on a Highway; and
- Habitual Traffic Violations.
Texas Resources for Traffic Offenses
Traffic & General Citations | City of Fort Worth, Texas — You have several plea options for a traffic citation on this website. If you want to enter a no contest or guilty plea, you can simply pay the fine or check if you are eligible to take a driving safety course or receive deferred disposition (probation). If you want to enter a plea of not guilty, then you can contest the citation online or contest the citation by mail or in person.Fort Worth Municipal Court
1000 Throckmorton Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Find a Traffic Ticket Lawyer in Fort Worth, TX
Were you recently issued a traffic ticket in North Central Texas? It is in your best interest to consider all of your options and any possible consequences of simply paying any fine.
Gebhardt and Eppes, PLLC helps people ticketed in neighborhoods throughout Parker County, Johnson County, Tarrant County, and many surrounding areas. You can have our Fort Worth traffic offense attorneys review your case by calling (817) 502-3600 or submitting an online form to set up a free consultation.