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San Antonio Summer School Zone Ticket Lawyer

While school may be out for the summer, keep in mind San Antonio summer school zone tickets will still be handed out at the beginning of summer school – which starts Monday, May 17th in the Northeast ISD.  Summer school zone tickets will cost a motorist several hundred dollars in fines. SAN ANTONIO SUMMER SCHOOL ZONE RULES Remember, school zone speed limits are only 20 mph.  One KENS 5 report on San Antonio summer school zones indicates drives caught going fifteen miles over the speed limit will have to pay $256.  This may seem like a hefty fine, but it is Continue reading

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5 Traffic Tickets that Raise Insurance Rates

All it takes is one accident, one parking violation or one speeding ticket to raise your insurance rates. Did you know that over 40 speed traps in Texas generated more than 170 million dollars between 2000 and 2008?  That’s more than $3,000 in fines per person.  It doesn’t end there.  One ticket can increase your premiums by 22% according to  Use an experienced traffic ticket lawyer to help defend you. Your rates can rise despite having a good relationship with your insurance company.  Insurance companies do track your driving history and driving record points over time to determine if you are Continue reading

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2013 San Antonio Warrant Roundup

The 2013 San Antonio Warrant Roundup is just around the corner. Beginning March 4th, 2013 the San Antonio City Marshall’s Office along with the San Antonio Police Department, Bexar County Sheriff’s office and other local law enforcement agencies will begin the process of picking up individuals with outstanding traffic ticket warrants and other Class C misdemeanors. In 2012, the local San Antonio Warrant Roundup cleared more than 26,000 outstanding warrants.  This year the goal is stated to be a factor of almost ten times that – 250,000 outstanding warrants.  That’s right, law enforcement agencies supposedly hope to clear 250,000 outstanding traffic ticket Continue reading

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Traffic Ticket Fine Paid with Pig-Shaped Dollars

What?  That’s okay, let us explain.  In a YouTube video posted by Bacon Moose, Mr. Moose attempts to pay his fine with Dunkin’ Donuts boxes filled with 137 dollar bills folded, Origami-style, into little pigs.  Apparently, Bacon Moose was trying to show his disdain for a traffic ticket he had previously received and simultaneously pay homage to police stereotypes (if it hasn’t hit you yet- pigs and donuts) when he attempted to hand the piggies over at the municipal court.           The clerk in Moose’s YouTube video is obviously nonplussed, but the police officer whom the clerk calls over actually Continue reading

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DWI Suspect’s Excuse: Aliens Made Me do it

We’ve all heard the lame excuses, protests, and denials given by drunk drivers when confronted by police officers:  “No, officer, I wasn’t drinking,” or, “But I only had one beer!”  Lately, however, some rather original alibis have been brewing in the minds of the intoxicated.  For example, one man, pulled over for swerving so violently that he almost ran several other vehicles off the road told the officer that “the squirrel in his shirt was trying to eat him,” therefore of course he was driving erratically.  Right. This DWI Suspect’s Excuse takes the cake: A Georgia man, Joel Lankford, says Continue reading

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