Retain Your Driving Privileges After A Moving Violation

Misconceptions about moving violations can create long-standing problems for Georgia residents. Given a speeding ticket on I-75, most people resolve the issue by paying a fine. Problems arise when individuals try to save money by representing themselves for offenses that are more serious.

Those unfamiliar with proceedings may fail to file the appropriate paperwork, meet court-mandated deadlines or develop a strong defense. Making these mistakes can affect car insurance rates and driving privileges. Should a driver’s license be revoked, this penalty can prevent drivers from getting to work, transporting family members or running errands. Money initially saved through self-representation is ultimately lost when all penalties are assessed.

When drivers in south Georgia seek advice for DUI offenses and traffic tickets, they contact Katherine A. Gonos, Attorney at Law, for knowledgeable counsel. Drawing on more than a decade of legal experience, Ms. Gonos can evaluate the circumstances leading to the violation, locate weaknesses in the prosecution’s case and tailor an effective strategy.


Zealous Advocacy For A Range Of Driving Offenses

Ms. Gonos designs unique defenses for a variety of traffic violations including:

  • Speeding tickets
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Reckless or aggressive driving
  • Hit-and-run
  • Driving on a suspended license

In addition to counseling on cases related to traffic law, Ms. Gonos has obtained favorable resolutions for clients charged with various DUI offenses, such as:

  • Driving under the influence
  • DUI child endangerment
  • Drug-related DUI

Ms. Gonos has established a strong record of DUI dismissals, acquittals and reduced sentences. Retaining her economical services is a wise investment over the short and long term.

Learn How Our Traffic And DUI Lawyer Can Limit The Impact Of Charges.

To schedule a free initial consultation in her Valdosta office, reach Ms. Gonos’s firm by dialing 229-269-4923 or by completing her brief online questionnaireHablamos Espanol.