You Were Pulled Over For A
“CELL PHONE VIOLATION”
What You're Facing
How We Can Help
Most traffic ticket violations come with a court date. This means you are legally obligated to show up in court to defend yourself. This means: missed time at work, driving downtown, the hassle of dealing with the system. Instead, you can work with us and eliminate the headaches. We represent you and negotiate with judges and prosecutors on your behalf. You won't even have to show up!
We started out traffic ticket process because we couldn't believe how much hassle was involved when dealing with the court system. Hire us and eliminate this entirely. You won't even need to leave your house to hire us. We can process your information over the phone and get started right away!
Keep Ticket Off Your Record
Most people don't recognize the pitfalls of dealing with your own traffic tickets. Make a mistake and your innocent speeding ticket could become a permanent fixture on your driving record. We won't let this happen. We're actively fighting for you and eliminating or severely reducing the penalties.
Learn More About Cell Phone Violations
What is Distracted Driving?
Anything that results in you being distracted when you're driving could be considered distracted driving. Think about the large, dangerous machinery you're operating - driving is a serious responsibility. Most Texas laws focus on cell phones for good reason. Your cell phone is the most popular distraction and the most likely reason you're not paying attention. We've all be there before - we get a text from our friend. An important work notification bings. Our phone is ringing off the hook. These laws protect ourselves and others on the road from distracted driving.
Driving and Texting in Texas
In Texas, there is no legal way to send messages, read, or write when operating a vehicle. And not only text messages count - emails are included as well. Eager to respond to a facebook post? Driving is the absolute worst time to do this. Not only is this habit extremely dangerous, it can also result in a serious traffic ticket violation. Wait until you arrive at your destination to pull out your phone. If it's a real emergency, wait until you're at a stop light or stop sign. And don't resume driving until you've put your phone away.
What are the Consequences?
Laws may vary, but common consequences include serious fines and sometimes jail time for repeat offenses. Our traffic ticket attorneys work diligently to reduce fines and fees on your behalf. We advocate for probation periods and safety courses to help protect your driving record.
I hired Mr. Coquat to hopefully protect my driving record after a traffic ticket was issued to me. He was a God-send for me. He was able to work with the court to help me protect my driving record. He was very personable when addressing me and the judge. I have never had such a stress free experience when dealing with traffic court, but Mr. Coquat changed that today. I would and will highly recommend his services to anyone in need. Thank you, sir!
San Antonio, Texas