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SCHOOL ZONE TIME CHANGE IN SAN ANTONIO!

Breaking News: Call 210-745-2825 to speak with a traffic ticket defense lawyer in San Antonio regarding traffic citations for speeding in a school zone, ticket warrants, commercial driver’s license tickets or a minor in possession citation.

On March 28th, 2012 the City of San Antonio’s Department of Public Works sent out a memo notifying recipients that in early April of 2012 the Department of Public Works would be adjusting the posted afternoon time periods on some of the school zone signs within several school districts in the Bexar County area.

The memo indicates that for school zones without flashing school zone lights, signs will be changed to indicate school zones will be in effect one extra hour later in the afternoon.  Affected signs will change from ‘2 p.m. – 4 p.m.’ to ‘2 p.m. – 5 p.m.’ This change is purportedly to better reflect the ending of the school day for many middle and high schools city wide.

Traffic ticket courts hate to see speeding in a school zone.  Both traffic ticket prosecutors and ticket court judges are typically very hard on citizens stopped for speeding in a school zone.  Auto insurance companies also look poorly upon school zone traffic violation convictions.  Serious enough speed can even cause you to lose your automobile liability insurance.

We all want to keep kids safe.  Still, sometimes, school zones sneak up on us and even the most cautious and well intentioned driver finds him or herself the recipient of a school zone ticket.  This is not the kind of traffic ticket you should attempt to resolve on your own.  A traffic ticket attorney from The Coquat Law Firm can help ensure a school zone traffic ticket does not end up on your permanent driving record.  We have attorneys who practice exclusively in the municipal and justice courts, resolving only traffic ticket violations.

If you need help with traffic ticket defense in San Antonio from an experienced traffic ticket lawyer, call us at 210-745-2825 or fill out our online form and one of our traffic ticket attorneys will get right back to you.

For a complete list of the schools and school zones being affected by this school zone time change, please click here.

About 

Justin A. Coquat is a founding member of The Coquat Law Firm, P.C. Mr. Coquat has represented clients with Traffic Tickets, Speeding Tickets, CDL Tickets and MIPs for over seven years and has resolved an excess of 2,500 citations. He is a San Antonio native who went to The University of the Incarnate Word and then South Texas College of Law in Houston.
Mr. Coquat represents victims of traffic tickets in the San Antonio Municipal Court, Bexar County Justice of the Peace Courts, Schertz Municipal Court, Selma Municipal Court, Leon Valley, Helotes, Hollywood Park, Alamo Heights, Shavano Park and Garden Ridge. He also resolves traffic tickets in other local jurisdictions such as the Helotes Municipal Court, Marion Municipal Court, Elmendorf Municipal Court, Three Rivers Municipal Court, George West Municipal Court and Justice of the Peace Courts in Comal County, Guadalupe County, Atascosa County and Live Oak County .

Mr Coquat can be reached for a free traffic ticket defense consultation at 210-745-2825.

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