Building A Defense For Traffic Violations

At CAIN LAW OFFICE LLC, we work to minimize the consequences of a misdemeanor traffic violation. Clients are often surprised to learn that many defenses may be available against these offenses.

More Than 30 Years Of Expereince

With more than 30 years of experience in this area, we are familiar with many of the local courts, judges and law enforcement officers in West Georgia. We understand the statutes, local ordinances and how these charges are prosecuted.
Our skill in handling these charges is demonstrated by our success in the courtroom and during negotiations. It is also shown by our clients support: our attorney, Julie Cain, won the Reader’s Choice Award for Best Attorney for the second year in Haralson County.

Facing DUI Charges?

We understand how troubling a DUI charge can be. It can threaten your reputation and your job. If you have you license revoked, simply completing necessary trips to work, school, doctors or errands can become exceedingly difficult.

We know Georgia DUI law and can help you deal with the challenges of an arrest. We will work to obtain the best result for your specific situation and help prevent a single mistake from impairing your future.

Reviewing Police Procedures

We begin building your case is by reviewing the elements of your case. We compare the arrest report, incident report or traffic ticket with the applicable section of the legal code. Next, we get your version of the facts. We review police procedure and how the officer administered your arrest.

From this preliminary analysis, we compare whether the evidence supports the charges. This comparison may reveal whether the police properly charged the incident or if there is something questionable.

Evaluating Probable Cause

Another defense strategy may be available if the police failed to follow proper police procedures during the arrest. If the police did not follow the law, there is a chance the court may exclude illegally obtained evidence or even dismiss the entire case against you.

You may know that an arrest must be supported by probable cause, but the truth is that there are procedural requirements that apply at every step, starting with the initial stop.

Staying Open To Settlement Negotiations

Finally, we keep working on your behalf, right up until you receive a verdict. We have the experience to evaluate whether a plea offer is appropriate, as well as the litigation hazards of holding out for a reduction or even dismissal of some or all of the charges. Put your traffic misdemeanor defense in the hands of an experienced attorney.

Contact Us Today!

Schedule a free initial consultation at our Tallapoosa office by calling 770-574-2529 or contacting us online.