Sandy Springs Municipal Court
Sandy Springs Traffic Lawyer
Sandy Springs – a city located in Fulton County – operates Sandy Springs Municipal Court to handle all traffic violations and some misdemeanor cases within the jurisdiction of the city limits. The city covers a huge area that covers parts of I-285 Georgia Highway 400, and Roswell Road. The Sandy Springs Police Department regularly patrols these high traffic roads enforcing traffic laws as well as responding to car accidents. With the high number of commuter traffic passing through Sandy Springs city limits, the Sandy Springs Municipal Court has a large volume of cases.
Sandy Springs has a population of over 100,000 and is home to several fortune 500 companies. Sandy Springs Municipal Court is located on Roswell Road in an office park that also houses the police department.
“I have handled traffic ticket cases in Sandy Springs Municipal Court for my entire career. I’ve gottent o know the court and know how the court operates. I would be proud to use this knowledge and experience on your behalf.”
Sam McRae, Georgia Traffic Lawyer
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Sandy Springs Traffic Ticket Lawyer
We have regularly practiced in Sandy Springs Municipal Court for over a decade. Over that time, the court has undergone many changes and mostly these changes have been for the best. We regularly handle Sandy Springs speeding tickets, car accidents, and DUI cases. We also handle Sandy Springs CDL ticket cases as well.
In most cases, these traffic charges can be amended through negotiation to a non-reporting charge that will not affect your driving record or automobile insurance. We can typically handle cases in Sandy Springs traffic court without you having to appear in court. This is especially helpful for out-of-state drivers that have been cited while traveling through the area.
If you missed your court date in Sandy Springs, you need to resolve your case prior to your license being suspended. In general, you will have 30 days from the time the court reports your missed court date to the Department of Driver’s Services.
Sandy Springs Municipal Court has a policy that you can walk-in your case any Monday or Wednesday that they are holding court. If they have room on the calendar, you will be able to address your FTA case with the judge. Typically, the additional FTA fine will be $100. Monday’s are typically best as they have three calendars and only two on Wednesdays.
Why Choose Sam McRae Law?
Traffic law has been our main focus for over a decade and we pride ourselves in providing exceptional value to our clients.
Flat Rate Fees
We charge you one time upfront a fair and reasonable fee. We never ask for more money later.
Keep your driving record clean
You may never think about your driving record being as valuable as your credit report, but it can make just as much difference for insurance rates or gainful employment.
Avoid Attending Court
The vast majority of our clients never set foot in the courtroom but get the same benefit as if they had.
We are 99% successful
In the overwhelming number of cases, we acheived a positive result for our clients that is almost automatic.
What Our Clients Say
“Got mulitple tickets on same street in same month. Had to go to court for both on the same day. Sam took care of everything. Got both reduced no points and no insurance hike. Thanks Sam”
“I recently got in a car accident that resulted in a ticket. I called Sam right away as I had heard he was the best! He immediately got to work, appeared in court for me and was even able to get my fine reduced! If you are in need of an attorney I highly recommend Sam McRae. Professional, efficient, and very knowledgeable!”
“Retained Sam McRae for a stop sign ticket. He handled it all exactly as he said he would. If you want PEACE OF MIND Sam is THE MAN. Thanks again Sam”
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