COMMONLY ASKED TRAFFIC VIOLATION DEFENSE QUESTIONS:
Q: Can you help me even if I am guilty?
A: Without getting into specific details, Kreps Law Firm, LLC forces the prosecution to conform to proper procedures, and to meet its burden of proof. By doing so, opportunities and pressures are created for the case to get dismissed or settled in a way that protects your driving record. For example, we will examine your traffic ticket for the kinds of defects and errors which require that the case be dismissed. However, before you incur the expense of trial preparation and an actual trial, you will be hiring us to speak with the prosecutor and other parties involved to resolve your case by agreement. Our number 1 goal in all traffic violation cases is to prevent a conviction from appearing on your driving record.
After receiving a ticket, it is best to hire us as soon as possible. Otherwise, without realizing it, you may do something that increases your chances of getting a better result, such as waiving one or more of your rights, or hurting our negotiating position by “taking care” of one or more violations while leaving another violation unresolved.
Q: Why should I hire Kreps Law Firm, LLC instead of representing myself for a ticket?
Q: I am from out of state. How can I hire Kreps Law Firm, LLC?
Q: A Warrant has been issued for my arrest because I failed to appear in Court. What can you do for me?
Q: I have a Commercial Driver’s License and drive a big truck for a living. What can you do for me?
Q: I am guilty. Shouldn’t I just take a defensive driving course?
Q: Since I am guilty, shouldn’t I just pay the ticket?
Paying the traffic ticket results in a conviction on your driving record. If you pay the ticket and plead guilty, you have a 100% chance that a conviction will appear on your driving record. By hiring the Alabama traffic defense attorneys of Kreps Law Firm, LLC, you increased your chances significantly that your driving record will remain clean. Any moving violation convictions will likely cause your car insurance premiums to rise drastically. You may also encounter suspension of your driver’s license when faced with many convictions of the same type by the Alabama Department of Public Safety, or the similar government agency in your jurisdiction. Another penalty you may incur is paying annual surcharges to keep your driving privileges. In some cases, even if you are guilty or if you are not eligible for defensive driving, we can keep moving violations off of your driving record.