You Were Pulled Over For
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 Suspended License/Warrant
How could my license be suspended?
Driving in Texas is a privilege that could be revoked for a number of reasons. Some of these reasons include certain substance abuse offenses, alcohol related citations, using a fake ID or allowing someone else to use your ID. Racing or extremely reckless driving behavior could also result in serious consequences like suspension. The Texas Department of Driving Safety also uses a point system to evaluate the status of your driving license. Allowing too many citations to tarnish this record could result in license suspension.
How to Reinstate Your License
There are many factors that come into play when it comes to the process of reinstating your license. Many people opt to get the help of an experienced attorney to help navigate the court system. You may be facing a fee, court costs, or other department requirements. The fees may be in the hundreds of dollars.
Driving While Your License is Suspended
This is a serious offense which cold result in a Class C misdemeanor and a possible $500 fine. Sometimes more serious charges are assessed due to the severity of the violation. In short, driving while your license is suspended or revoked is a bad idea. An experienced traffic attorney can help represent you in court and help negotiate a lesser penalty. Our main goal is to resolve the license suspension and get you back to your normal, daily life.
Mr. Coquat was very professional, efficient and kept my nerves at ease. He was able to get my case dismissed! I 100% recommend him for any traffic issues.
San Antonio, Texas