Traffic offenses in Georgia are generally charged as misdemeanors. However, depending on the circumstances of your arrest, you may be facing felony charges. Traffic violations can have negative consequences on your driving record and your car insurance rates, and can leave you with a permanent criminal record. Having a criminal record in Georgia can have harsh effects on your future.

Traffic violations range from speeding to reckless driving to vehicular homicide. The consequences for a traffic offense vary widely and depend on the circumstances of the incident. These factors include the damage to property or injuries inflicted on other. Regardless of the specific charges you are facing, you need competent legal representation to resolve your case successfully.


Before you pay your ticket, contact a defense attorney to see your options.  At Pasley, Nuce, Mallory & Davis, LLC, we are conveniently available to you at any of our 4 office locations to schedule a FREE initial consultation.  Put our experience and knowledge to work for you.