623 Dwight Street
Port Orchard, WA 98366
We have handled hundreds of speeding tickets over the years, but understand that not all clients want to hire a lawyer for a speeding ticket or other non-criminal case.
How can you handle your own traffic case? First, always respond in time. The ticket will tell you the time you have to respond, usually 14 days. If you don’t respond in time, the ticket will be found committed and the fine imposed. Many courts also charge an additional fee (up to $52) for your failure to respond.
Generally you have four choices to resolve infractions:
Every case is different, every client’s priorities are different, and we recommend you make a fully informed decision about how to handle your case! Please be aware infraction law is very complex and has many, many variables. The information above is generic and may not apply exactly in your case. Do not accept it in the place of actual legal advice from an attorney who has reviewed the facts and law of your individual case.
If you don’t want to fight the ticket yourself, we handle traffic infraction in Kitsap County courts. If your case is not in Kitsap County, we are happy to recommend these fine attorneys who handle infractions.
Martin Duenholter, Tacoma
Kenlynn Gallinger, Gig Harbor
Doug Silva, Renton